The NMR DG presents two awards each year.

BRSG-NMRDG Annual Prize for Excellent Contribution to Magnetic Resonance by an Early Career Researcher

The prize, introduced in 2009, is awarded for excellence in magnetic resonance and is to honour work representing one or more substantial contributions to the field by an early career researcher (those within the first 12 years of their research career). 

The prize is awarded jointly by the BRSG (Institute of Physics Magnetic Resonance society) and the NMR Discussion Group on an annual basis.

The recipient of the prize will be invited to give a prize lecture at either the BRSG or the NMRDG Christmas meeting, and will receive a prize of £200.

Full details of the award and the nomination process can be found in the PDF document.

Post-Graduate Award for Best Presentation

This award is made for the best presentation, either oral or poster, at the dedicated Post-Graduate NMR meetings held annually, the first of which was in June 2008. 

A small committee of established scientists will be convened for the day of the meeting to select the winning presentation.

The prize will be made to an early career researcher (postgraduate, early career postdoctoral worker in their first post or young industrialist within their first 2 years of employment) whose research involves NMR spectroscopy.

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BRSG-NMRDG Magnetic Resonance Prize
Prize details and nomination process
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Nominations to:

Dr Steven Brown MRSC