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Distinctions between the annually awarded Foresight Institute Feynman Prizes and the Feynman Grand Prize

Feynman Prizes
Experimental $5,000 Presented for the best
work published in
recent years.
Theoretical $5,000
Grand Prize
$250,000 Presented for demonstration
of 50 nanometer 8 bit adder
and 100 nanometer robot arm.

The 2013 Foresight Institute Feynman Prize will be the most recent in a series of annually awarded prizes for accomplishment in molecular nanotechnology. Both the annual Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology and the Feynman Grand Prize are sponsored by the Foresight Institute to encourage and accelerate the development of molecular nanotechnology. Both are named in honor of Nobel laureate physicist Richard Feynman. However, these prizes differ in focus, frequency of award, and scale.

Foresight Institute Feynman Prizes Instructions

Previously awarded Feynman Prizes