Details of the RSC Prizes and Awards in organic chemistry are listed on this page.
For sustained originality and achievement in research in any area of organic chemistry. Sponsored by AstraZeneca
Awarded for the most meritorious and promising original investigations in chemistry and published results of those investigations
For the most meritorious contributions to chemistry.
For advances in chemistry
For three outstanding chemists from overseas to give lectures in the British Isles
For work at the interface between chemistry and other disciplines.
To recognise eminence in organic chemistry, which has not previously been rewarded by the RSC
Recognising work in any area of organic chemistry which reflects the many diverse interests associated with Sir Derek
For excellence in any area of bioorganic chemistry
For the discovery or development of any catalytic process that has applications in organic chemistry
This is an interest group award administered by the High Throughput Chemistry and New Technologies Group.
For contributions to any area of organic chemistry from a researcher under the age of 35.
For contributions to any area of organic chemistry from a researcher under the age of 45
For studies of the chemistry of natural products. Associated lecture to be known as the Simonsen Lecture. Sponsored by AstraZeneca
For the application of organic chemistry in an industrial context by a person or team.
For studies of stereochemistry related to structure, reactivity or synthesis
For any aspect of the organic chemistry of the main group and transition metals
For contributions to any area of organic chemistry from a researcher under the age of 55
For the relationship between structure and molecular behaviours in chemistry, associated lecture to be know as the Ingold Lecture
To reward excellence in the field of heterocyclic chemistry. The award covers the synthesis, properties and applications of all types of heterocyclic compounds.
For contributions to organic chemistry from a researcher over the age of 55
For studies leading to the design of functionally useful supramolecular species
For the development of new methods or strategies employed in the construction of organic molecules