The Danone International Prize for Alimentation (DIPA) is a 100,000 Euro Prize open to mid-career researchers from a variety of scientific disciplines within Alimentation, including behavioral science, sociology, anthropology, psychology, environmental science, economics, and cultural studies.
The purpose of the DIPA is to encourage and support cutting edge, innovative and multidisciplinary scientific research in Alimentation, the umbrella term for sustainable eating and drinking practices that contribute to the health of individuals, including food choice, purchase, preparation, cooking and meal organisation, and their determinants.
It will reward pioneering research that spans multiple disciplines and represents a major advance in Alimentation.
The DIPA is awarded every two years by the Danone Institute International and the French Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale.
The 2020 DIPA call for application is open until 16 October 2020.
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