The Royal Society’s medals, awards and prize lectureships provide an opportunity to celebrate outstanding achievement.
Nominations for the Michael Faraday Prize are now open. This prize lecture is given by a scientist or engineer whose expertise in communicating scientific ideas in lay terms is exemplary.
Previous winners have included Professor Brian Cox and Professor Frank Close.
The winner will receive a medal, a personal prize of £2,500 and will get to deliver a lecture at the Royal Society.
Nominate a colleague for this lecture
To download the nomination form and for further details please see http://newsletters.royalsociety.org/c/1wsN8cZLuyexEmSoM7ZKWT
The deadline for nominations is Friday 30 January 2015.
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