Nigeria LNG Nigeria Prize for Science – Win $100000 with Your Climate Change Innovation 2024

The Nigeria Prize for Science is a prestigious annual award that recognizes excellence in scientific breakthroughs and honours scientists from anywhere in the world who help find solutions to local or Nigerian problems as defined and advertised by the Advisory Board for the prize. The prize is aimed at stimulating the advancement and application of science and technology, with the expectation that it will improve science and technology in Nigeria, resolve issues that are germane to the development of the country, and help improve the standards of living. Administered on behalf of Nigeria LNG Limited by the Advisory Board for Science, the current Advisory Board is chaired by Professor Barth Nnaji, an internationally acclaimed professor of robotics, Nigeria’s former Minister of Science and Technology, and former Minister of Power.


The Nigeria Prize for Science is open to both Nigerians and international participants, expanding its reach to global innovators and scientists. Your work must apply science to enhance healthcare therapy in a novel way. The overall prize implementation is the responsibility of the Advisory Board, supported by the secretariat located within NLNG. The winner(s) will be honoured with an impressive USD100,000 award, a testament to the significance of their scientific contribution.


Your submission should be a completed work of outstanding merit, advancing knowledge or providing innovative climate change solutions. Proof of concept or tangible societal impact is vital. Remember, only one entry per individual or group is permitted. When an entry has been found worthy of winning the prize, the name of the winner(s) is announced in a press conference in September, and the winner(s) is rewarded in a grand award ceremony in October commemorating the first export of LNG cargo by NLNG on October 9, 1999. If you are interested and qualified, visit the Nigeria LNG Limited website at to apply.


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