National Research Council
The Killam Prizes are among Canada’s most distinguished research awards. They are awarded annually (by the National Research Council) to outstanding Canadian scholars in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences and engineering. Each Killam Prize is worth $100,000 and is awarded in the expectation that the scholars will continue to contribute to the Canadian research community.
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