1.  UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation: (This prize is intended to honor individuals, groups of individuals, institutes or organizations that have made significant contributions to environmental conservation. The value of the prize is minimum of US$ 70,000/-. UNESCO usually announces this prize in February to July each year.


  1. UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences: this prize aims to honor and promote projects and activities by individuals, institutions and non-governmental organizations working in the field of life sciences with the objectives to improve the quality of human life). The prize consists of an annual award of US$350,000/-. This prize announces in March to May each year.


  1. UNESCO Kalinga Prize for the Popularization of Science: (The Kalinga Prize rewards the exceptional efforts of a person who has had distinguished career as a writer, editor, lecturer, radio/television Programme Director or film producer, which has enabled her/him to help interpret science, research and technology to the public. He/She is expected to be knowledgeable of the role of science, technology, and general research in the improvement of the public welfare, the enrichment of the cultural heritage of nations and the solutions to the problems of humanity. A cash prize of US$ 40000/- alongwith a Certificate is provided. This prize announces in March to May each year.


  1. UNESCO Avicenna Prize for Ethics in Science: The prize established in 2002 and funded by the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran which conferred upon individuals, institutions, other entities or non-governmental organizations. The prize consists of a gold Avicenna medal, a certificate and a sum of US$ 50,000/-. UNESCO announces this prize during the months of June to September each year.


  1. Carlos J. Finlay UNESCO Prize for Microbiology: was established in 1976 to acknowledging the importance of microbiology for human health and development, the Government of Cuba and UNESCO have established a prize in honour of one of the most important microbiologists in history Carlos J. Finlay (Camaguey, 3 December 1833 – La Havana, 20 August 1915). His innovative research on infectious diseases and especially his work on yellow fever have had huge benefits for humankind. The prize consists of a Certificate and a sum of US$ 5,000/-. UNESCO announces this prize during the month of December each year.
  2. ISESCO Prizes for Science and Technology: (Theses prizes are awarded for works of outstanding socioeconomic significance in the fields of biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, physics and technology, undertaken by scientists and researchers in the Member States). Prize Laureates receives US$ 5000/-. This ICESCO generally announce this prize during the months of February to May each year.