After receiving 367 works from 170 universities and over 30 countries, the international jury, meeting at the University Francisco de Vitoria, has chosen four winners and two honorable mentions that best answered the challenge of actively promoting a dialogue between sciences and theology/philosophy.
The Awards ceremony will take place at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City on September 27th.
Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture and Wisdom.
MICHAEL SCHUCK, NANCY TUCHMAN and MICHAEL GARANZINI
CLAUDIA VANNEY and JUAN F. FRANCK
Determinism or indeterminism? Great questions from science to philosophy.
LAURA BARITZ O.P.
The KETEG teaching program and mission.
ALBERTO OLIVÁN and ARTURO ENCINAS
Teaching Narrative in Videogames, or how we narrate our lives through video games.
MA in Spirituality, Theology & Health.