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The Gruber Foundation honors individuals in the fields of Cosmology, Genetics, Neuroscience, Justice, and Women's Rights, whose groundbreaking work provides new models that inspire and enable fundamental shifts in knowledge and culture.

2011 marked the final Justice and Women's Rights Prizes of The Gruber Foundation, which has moved to Yale University, where the mission of its two human rights prizes have merged and transitioned into the Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women’s Rights. Click here to read the official press release for more information.

2015 Genetics Prize Awarded

Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna revolutionized the field of molecular genetics with the discovery of gene-editing technology known as CRISPR/Cas9


Justice and Women's Rights

A Yale University Program, The Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women's Rights is administered by Yale Law School.

2015 Cosmology Prize Awarded

The theoretical work of Jeremiah Ostriker and observations overseen by John Carlstrom and Lyman Page, have advanced and refined the current understanding of the standard

Science Fellowship at Yale

Administered by the Graduate School,  the Gruber Science Fellowship is awarded to the most highly ranked applicants to Yale PhD programs in the life sciences, cosmology, and astrophysics.

2015 Neuroscience Prize Announced

Shatz and Greenberg provided insights into how neural circuit function regulates brain development and plasticity and how dysfunction contributes to neuropsychiatric disorders.

Young Scientists Awards and Fellowships

The Gruber Foundation's Young Scientists Awards recognize the achievements of brilliant early-career scientists from around the world.

2015 Cosmology Conference

Towards a Standard Model of Cosmology

The Gruber Foundation and the Yale Departments of Astronomy and Physics will host the 2015 Gruber Cosmology Conference on October 2