The Corday-Morgan Prizes are awarded for the most meritorious contributions to chemistry.
Professor Matthew Gaunt, University of Cambridge
Dr Martin Heeney, Imperial College London
Professor Jonathan Reid, University of Bristol
Rules & Criteria
- Run annually
- Up to three prizes are available
- Candidates should be 40 years of age or below at the closing date. The age specified is intended to guide nominators and selection panelists; appropriate consideration will be given to those who have taken career breaks or followed different study paths.
- Candidates may NOT nominate themselves
- Candidates should be working in the UK
- One page CV for the candidate which should include their date of birth, website URL, summary of education and career, a list of 5 relevant publications, total numbers of publications and patents
- A one page supporting statement addressing the selection criteria
- Name and contact details of two referees required should be provided by the nominator. After RSC office has acknowledged receipt of the nomination, the nominator is responsible for informing the two referees that they must provide reports by 31 January. RSC will contact nominators and referees of candidates with outstanding references one week after close of nominations on 15 January once only. Referees may not include people at the same institution as the candidate or the candidate's post-doc or PhD supervisor
- Winners receive £5000, a medal and a certificate
- Nominations open on 1 September 2013
- Nominations close on 15 January 2014
- Prize winners are chosen by the RSC Awards Working Group
About the prize
The Corday-Morgan Prize was established in 1949 after the death of Sir Gilbert Morgan in 1940. The first recipient was Sir Derek Barton.
A list of previous recipients of the Corday-Morgan Prize, which was formerly called the Corday-Morgan Medal and Prize.
Make a Nomination
Includes nomination requirements, selection procedure and timeframe information on making a nomination for an RSC Prize
Selection criteria to be addressed in the supporting statement and referees report