The statute will be published on the day of the announcement of the new edition.
In 2024, prizes will be awarded in the following categories:
The prize is awarded for scholarly works and projects in the social sciences and humanities, i.e. economics, history, ethnology, philosophy, linguistics, literary sciences, psychology, sociology, pedagogy, political science, law, or other related fields that investigate and describe the social and cultural interaction of man and society.
The prize is awarded for scientific papers and projects in the fields of natural sciences dealing with the environment around us, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, geology, paleontology, environmental protection or improvement, and other disciplines studying living and non-living nature (with the exception of physics and mathematics).
The prize is awarded for projects that theoretically or practically advance the current state of knowledge or enrich the existing level, especially in the fields of computer science, robotics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, construction, industry, or transport, physics or mathematics with an overlap to possible applications.
The prize is awarded for scientific works and projects in the field of natural sciences dealing with human health, biological and chemical processes that contribute to the understanding of the function of the human organism, or for works and projects in the field of virology, microbiology, biomedicine and related fields, the results of which are related to human health.