IAST strives to create bridges between disciplines. To facilitate cross-disciplinary fertilization, we launched a prize in 2016, in recognition of outstanding multidisciplinary research projects.
Discover the 2019 laureates!
Harilanto Razafindrazaka (IAST), Astrid Hopfensitz (IAST), Denis Pierron (AMIS: Laboratoire d’Anthropologie et Imagerie de Synthèse) and Arnaud Tognetti (Division of Psychology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm)
were awarded for their project:
BLOOD-COOP: a genome wide study of the altruistic motivation of blood donors
In 2017, the prize was shared between two teams:
- Alice Baniel & Luke Glowacki: Understanding male-female aggression in mammals and humans using a comparative approach
- Mohamed Saleh & Carlos Velasco: Parliamentary elites in autocracies and their lack of support for democracy: the case of Egypt
Congratulations to both teams!
First Project: "Developmental Origins of Economic Preferences"
The first winning team in 2016 included:
and also researchers from other labs: Gideon Nave (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), Paul Smeets (Department of Finance, Maastricht University) and Andrew J.O. Whitehouse (Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia)
Second Project: "Who Cares? Quadratic Voting for Survey Research"
The second winning team in 2016 included:
and also researchers from other labs: Alisha Holland, from Princeton University and David Rothschild at Microsoft Research