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Now accepting applications for the 2020 Creative Promise Prizes in Biomedical Science and Literature Vilcek Homepage

Applications are now open! Read new guidelines and apply today.

Sign up for a tour to see Ralston Crawford: Torn Signs, open at the Vilcek Foundation from May 13 to November 13, 2019. Vilcek Homepage Vilcek Homepage Vilcek Homepage

Opening May 13, this inaugural exhibition examines the confluence of two seemingly disparate series in artist Ralston Crawford oeuvre, "Torn Signs" and "Semana Santa". Learn more and sign up for a tour!

Austrian-born Angelika Amon is awarded the 2019 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science! Vilcek Homepage

Austrian-born Angelika Amon is awarded the 2019 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science!

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Chef Nite Yun explores her Cambodian roots through fresh, small-batch culinary creations.

Mikhail G. Shapiro, born in Russia (then Soviet Union) is driving innovation in biomedical engineering as a professor at California Institute of Technology. Vilcek Homepage

Mikhail G. Shapiro, born in Russia (then Soviet Union) is driving innovation in biomedical engineering as a professor at California Institute of Technology.

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Coming soon: our first cookbook with New American recipes from the nation’s top foreign-born chefs!

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Carmen C. Bambach is awarded the first-ever Vilcek Prize for Excellence! Originally from Chile, Carmen brings an immigrant's perspective to her work as a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Indian-born Amit Choudhary is transforming his chosen fields of chemistry and biology.