lunes, 1 de agosto de 2011

Liliane Bettencourt History

Liliane Bettencourt
Liliane Bettencourt is the only daughter of L'Oreal founder Eugene Schueller. His mother died when she was only five years old. This certainly made ​​the conditions were difficult for a young girl and mature, but Bettencourt met with great success in assisting his father.

In 1957, he inherited the L'Oreal fortune. This, accompanied by his marriage to the French politician André Bettencourt gave him peace of mind. However, Liliane is a natural person and has always made ​​an effort to stay out of people focus.

She is the second richest person in France, one of the largest in the world, and as expected, the richest woman. Although modest, maintain an appreciation for its successes in life.

One of his greatest achievements is the creation of the Foundation Bettencourt Schueller. It was a foundation created in memory of his father. Its mission is to help initiate and develop projects to support in the medical, cultural and humanitarian problems.

Which devotes approximately 60% of its budget in support of medical research. He is very active in the effort to treat HIV and AIDS. It also offers prizes in the medical field. The Liliane Bettencourt Prize for Life Sciences is awarded to a European researcher at least 45 years old, who is well known in their field and shows promise in its essential / research project.

Young researchers award prizes of up to 14 annual awards to young researchers involved in life sciences. French laboratories also win prize for his biochemical research if selected. The gain is obtained through ORVACS that focuses on a vaccine for HIV / AIDS. SOLTHIS is also of great support for their research efforts on HIV / AIDS.

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