Celebrating excellence in inorganic science
A range of inorganic prizes showcase the value of inorganic science and reward excellence at all levels. Many of these form part of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s extensive Prizes portfolio.
Dalton Emerging Researcher Award
The Dalton Emerging Researcher Award is for inorganic research chemists within two years of completion of their PhD.
Dalton Division early career award: Sir Edward Frankland Fellowship
The Sir Edward Frankland Fellowship is for the most meritorious contributions to any area of inorganic chemistry made by an early career scientist.
Dalton Division mid-career award: Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson Award
The Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson Award is for the most meritorious contributions to any area of inorganic chemistry made by a mid-career scientist.
Dalton Division open award: Mond-Nyholm Prize for Inorganic Chemistry
The Mond-Nyholm Prize for Inorganic Chemistry is awarded for outstanding contributions to the chemical sciences in the area of inorganic chemistry.
Dalton Division Horizon Prizes
The Dalton Division Horizon Prizes recognise significant recent novel discoveries or advances made in the field of inorganic chemistry.