The Butrous Foundation Science prize is awarded annually as part of the Upper school prizes at Kings School, Canterbury. It is awarded to the 6th Form students who showed exceptional interest in Science activities and science communication.
The Butrous Foundation Young Investigator Award, sponsored by the Butrous Foundation, is a newly established award for junior investigators (under age 35). An expert review committee will select the awardees from the presentations (poster or oral presentations) at the annual PVRI World Congress.
A Message from the Butrous Foundation: on the occasion of 10 years of publication of the Young Scientists Journal
Countless times in human history, a good idea became a great reality. For one example, on 28 November 1660, in central London, 12 young men met to discuss science; and from that good idea grew the great reality of the Royal Society of London for the Improvement of Natural Knowledge, or, more simply, the Royal […]