|Prize names||Key factors in winning prizes|
|1st Prize – 3rd Prize||Awards given to the top three contestants with the shortest running time.|
|Autonomy Prize||n award given to the mouse with the shortest running time after completing all runs within the time limit without touching. (During the last run, the mouse has to return to the starting point.)|
|New Technology Prize||Evaluation based on the willingness to incorporate new technical elements and concepts that effectively opened up technological horizons.|
|Superior Prize||Evaluations based on the shortest running time and other aspects of performance particularly in the category of mice produced independently by high school students or younger.|
|Special Prize||he mouse that has noticeable features other than the evaluation items listed above.|
* The foundation may limit the eligibility for awards to only one robot that achieves the highest score among robots demonstrating technologically similar characteristics created by a single group.
|1st Prize:||Certificate of award, research grant of \50,000(JPY)|
|2nd Prize:||Certificate of award, research grant of \30,000(JPY)|
|3rd Prize:||Certificate of award, research grant of \20,000(JPY)|
|Autonomy Prize:||Certificate of award, research grant of \20,000(JPY)|
|New Technology Prize:||Certificate of award|
|Superior Prize:||Certificate of award|
|Special Prize:||Certificate of award|
* All award recipients will receive special souvenirs. All contestants will receive a prize for participation.