Bill Newton Award/Lectureship
In memory of Bill Newton a biennial award of £500 plus Medal and Certificate is made for a recent outstanding contribution to any aspect of radiochemistry.
Nominations relating to the research, teaching or advancement of radiochemistry are all eligible. The recipient will be required to give a lecture at a Radiochemistry Group sponsored meeting.
- 2017 Claire Corkhill and Rafael de Rosales
- 2013 Mike Carroll
- 2011 Craig Stuart and Stephen Liddle
- 2009 Dr Robin Taylor and Dr Vladimir Volkovich
- 2007 Dr Nick Bryan (University of Manchester)
- The award of the Bill Newton award will normally be considered biennially by the Honours Committee, which will make a recommendation to the Radiochemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
- The merits of a particular candidate may be brought to the notice of the Honours Committee by means of a nomination sent to the Secretary of the RSC Radiochemistry Group. The nomination should be accompanied by a supporting statement on the candidate's career, a curriculum vitae and details of two referees. The nomination should include a clear indication of the significant contribution(s) made by the candidate to the advancement of radiochemistry.
- The award shall be made on an over all assessment of the candidate's contribution, the impact of his/her work and his/her future promise in any field covered by the principles, teaching and practice of any aspect of radiochemistry as covered by the Radiochemistry Group’s Mission statement
Bill Newton's Biography
Dr G William A Newton died suddenly on 4 October 2005 at the age of 76
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