Industrial Analytical Science Award
To recognise the work of industrial analytical scientists and is given for outstanding contribution to analytical technology or methodology in industry.
Dr Paul Brewer, National Physical Laboratory
- Runs annually
- The winner receives a cash prize of £2000.
- The winner will be chosen jointly by independent selection panels from industry and the Analytical Division
Guidelines for nominators
- Nominations open on 01 October and close on 15 January
- Both RSC members and non-members can nominate for this award
- Nominees may NOT nominate themselves
- The award is open to nominees based in the UK or Republic of Ireland only
- Individuals working in chemical science industry can be nominated
To make a nomination please use our online awards nominations system at the bottom of the page. Please make sure you have your RSC membership number to hand before accessing the online system.
During the application process you will be required to provide:
A supporting statement (up to 4500 characters, not including spaces) addressing the selection criteria below
One page CV for the nominee, which should include a summary of education and career
There is no requirement for detailed technical or commercial data and applicants can be reassured that complete confidentiality is guaranteed.
When nominating recent Prize or Award winners, please remember that a person cannot be rewarded twice for substantially the same body of work.
Selection Criteria for RSC Awards
Our selection committees base their evaluations primarily on the overall quality of relevant contributions made by nominees and not simply on quantitative measures.
The selection committee(s) will consider the following aspects of all nominations as appropriate:
- Impact of work
- Innovation / ingenuity - creativity or novel application of expertise in problem solving, technique or method development
- Achievement - candidate's expertise and effort had a significant effect on reaching / exceeding a target, or enabling a project team to do so
- Collaboration - outstanding teamwork or leadership in the face of challenges
- Inspiration - based on using expertise and knowledge to inspire others to achieve
- Roy Sandbach, Newcastle University (Chair)
- Jacquin Wilford-Brown, AkzoNobel
- Mark Gronnow, Biorenewables Development Centre
- Keith Layden, Croda
- Christian Jones, Nanoform Finland Ltd
- Alexander Alanine, Nanna Therapeutics
Analytical Division Awards Committee
- Duncan Graham, University of Strathclyde (Chair)
- G. John Langley, University of Southampton
- Tony Cass, Imperial College London
- Kirsty Penkman, University of York
- Tony Bristow, AstraZeneca
Nathan Lawrence, ANB Sensors
Dr Kevin Giles, Waters Corporation
Submit your nomination
Submit your nomination online
Deadline for nominations is 15 January 2019. Your nomination can be saved and completed at any time.
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Contact and Further Information
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WF
Tel: +44 (0)1223 420066