Who is your inspiration?
2019 marks 150 years of our prizes and awards programme. That’s 150 years of celebrating the outstanding work happening in every corner of the scientific community.
Our awards have recognised people from a vast range of specialisms, backgrounds, countries and communities in the past 150 years. All have proved that passion, excellence and dedication deserve recognition and reward.
This year’s winners could be inspiring a new generation of scientists with their exceptional teaching. Their research could be helping to secure the future of chemical science education. Their team might be opening a community’s eyes to the value of chemistry in everyday life.
So, whoever inspires you, our education awards are your chance to make sure that their hard work in chemistry education is acknowledged. If you’d like to nominate someone but need some help with the process or working out which reward to nominate them for, then get in touch.
When you give someone the recognition that you know they deserve, they could also get up to £5,000 in prize money. Don’t miss this chance to raise awareness of inspirational work in chemistry education.
We spoke to Professor Duncan Bruce, Chair of the Awards Working Group, on how the process works and why everyone should consider nominating someone. Read the full story.
You have until 5pm (UK time) 15 January 2019 to nominate or be nominated. Some awards require nominators to be Royal Society of Chemistry members.