The Carl B. Boyer Memorial Prize in the History of Science awards $7,000 annually to an undergraduate for the best essay on any topic in the history of science or mathematics as judged by a faculty committee. To be considered, students must complete submit an online application. Prize essays are normally no more than 12,000 words (approximately 40 pages of double-spaced typescript) in length and must be typed in standard double-spaced format, properly paginated and each page clearly marked with the candidate's name. Science or mathematics may be taken to include medical sciences and technology where related to scientific development.
Carl B. Boyer Memorial Prize in the History of Science
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