Fluorine Chemistry Award
Nominations are now invited from the international Fluorine Chemistry community for candidates for the RSC Fluorine Prize for 2013. The Prize, which is awarded once every two years, is associated with the RSC Fluorine Subject Group.
The RSC Fluorine Prize is generously sponsored by JRD Fluorochemicals Ltd.
The Fluorine Prize is a fully international award which is not restricted to members of the RSC. The Prize will recognise the most meritorious contribution of a younger chemist, working in any area of fluorine chemistry, as evinced by their published contribution. The Prize will be judged by an international panel on behalf of the RSC Fluorine Subject Group.
Previous winners of the RSC Fluorine Prize.
- 2011: Professor Melanie Sanford, Michigan, USA
- 2009: Professor Jinbo Hu, Shanghai, China
- 2007: Professor Thomas Braun, Berlin, Germany
- 2005: Professor Norio Shibata, Nagoya, Japan
Nominations are invited on behalf of applicants who must be under the age of 40 by the submission deadline of 31 December 2012.
The Prize will consist of an award of £500 and the winner will be invited to give a lecture at the RSC Fluorine Subject Group, Postgraduate Meeting in September 2013.
How to apply
Applicants must be nominated and should not make applications on their own behalf.
Nominators should send a covering letter, a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and a full publication list to the Chair of the RSC Fluorine Group either by post or, preferably, by email.
The deadline of 31 December 2012 will be adhered to strictly.
JRD Fluorochemicals Ltd
Sponsor of the RSC Fluorine Award
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Dr G Sandford CChem MRSC
Department of Chemistry, Durham University, Durham, DH1 3LE, UK