Bower Prize nominations sought

The Franklin Institute is accepting nominations for its 2020 Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science, the theme for which is Neural Networks for Machine Learning. The international prize, which includes $250,000 and a gold medal, is presented annually for outstanding work in a unique field of study in the basic, applied or engineering sciences. Deadline for nominations is May 31; an email by April 31 indicating intent to nominate would be appreciated by the institute.

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