The Dan David Prize is an international prize which annually awards three prizes of US$ 1 million each for outstanding scientific, technological, cultural, and social achievements having an impact on our world. Each year fields are chosen within the three Time Dimensions - Past, Present and Future.
More About The Dan David Prize Laureates
Peter R. Brown
Peter Brown, Philip and Beulah Rollins Professor of History, Emeritus, Princeton University, lectured at Georgetown University in the 2014 James M. and Margaret H. Costan Lecture in Early Christianity: "What Has Athens to do with Jerusalem?"
Michael S. Waterman, Professor of Biological Sciences, of Mathematics, of Computer Science, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern California, was elected one of the 2014 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a lifelong honor representing China’s highest academic title in science and technology.