2022 Analytical Division early career award: Joseph Black Award
The University of Edinburgh
For the development and application of single-molecule and super-resolution microscopy approaches to understand how proteins aggregate in neurodegenerative diseases.
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2022 Analytical Division mid-career Award
The University of Manchester
For the development of transmission electron microscopy methods for advancing understanding of the dynamic behaviour of 2D- and nanomaterials.
2022 Analytical Division open Award: Theophilus Redwood Award
University of Birmingham
For the development of native ambient mass spectrometry as an analytical technique to enable direct analysis and imaging of intact proteins and protein assemblies from tissue.
2022 Bader Award
The University of Nottingham
For the development of novel synthesis methods and catalysts based on organophosphorus and organosilicon chemistry, and their application in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and natural products.
2022 Centenary Prize
University of California, Berkeley
For seminal contributions in biosynthesis and biocatalysis to advance energy and environmental science and biomedical research, and for excellence in communication.
University of Pennsylvania
For pioneering and creative applications of computational chemistry to the field of atmospheric chemistry, and for excellence in communication.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
For pioneering work on the growth, size and shape control, biological applications and environmental implications of gold nanocrystals, and for excellence in communication.
2022 Chemical Sciences Apprentice of the Year
For outstanding contributions to medicinal chemistry programmes and to inclusion and diversity at GSK.
2022 Chemistry Biology Interface Division early career award: Norman Heatley Award
University of Oxford
For the elucidation of molecular mechanisms of oxygen-sensing enzymes in plants and animals, in particular revealing the structural and kinetic properties of plant cysteine oxidases.
2022 Chemistry Biology Interface Division mid-career Award: Jeremy Knowles Award
University of Liverpool
For the development and application of novel mass spectrometry-based analytical strategies to discover, identify and quantify dynamic biomolecular post-translational modifications.
2022 Chemistry Biology Interface Division open award: Khorana Prize
Massachussetts Institute of Technology
For translating fundamental chemical understanding of collagen into the life sciences and towards the clinic.
2022 Corday-Morgan Prize
For seminal contributions to controlling and understanding stereochemistry and degradation in polymeric materials.
University of St Andrews
For pioneering the use of enzymatic halogenation/cross-coupling in C‒H activation.
2022 Dalton Division early career award: Sir Edward Frankland Fellowship
University of Bath
For outstanding research including mechanistic elucidation of iron-catalysed, atom-efficient transformations of main group elements.
2022 Dalton Division mid-career Award: Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson Award
For advances in reactivity of and catalysis of aluminium compounds.
2022 Dalton Division open award: Mond-Nyholm Prize for Inorganic Chemistry
The University of Texas at Austin
For pioneering work on f-element complexes of expanded porphyrins.
2022 Dalton Emerging Researcher Award
For the development of and mechanistic insight into novel bond breaking and bond making methods using main-group reagents.
2022 Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division Early Career Award
For innovative research on heterogeneous photocatalysis, pushing boundaries towards less expensive, light-responsive, reusable catalytic processes for sustainable chemistry.
2022 Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division mid-career Award
For pioneering work advancing the development of solar cells through fundamental understanding of electronic, structural and chemical properties of next-generation light-harvesting materials.
2022 Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division open award: Environment Prize
Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennessee, Knoxville
For pioneering several widely used tools and approaches in biorefining, including the mechanistic understanding of lignin conversion chemistry.
2022 Faraday Division early career award: Marlow Award
University of Bristol
For the development of theoretical and computational methods to unravel new mechanisms in photochemistry.
2022 Faraday Division mid-career Award: Bourke-Liversidge Award
University of Warwick
For contributions to gas, solution, and condensed-phase spectroscopy spanning both fundamental and applied aspects.
2022 Faraday Division open award: Faraday Lectureship Prize
For contributions toward understanding electron spin dynamics in molecular systems for applications in quantum information science.
2022 Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prize
For innovative contributions to the modelling and understanding of amorphous materials.
For outstanding work to develop, elaborate, and understand novel energy materials.
For innovative studies of dynamic processes in organic functional materials.
2022 Industry-Academia Collaboration Award
The University of Edinburgh School of Chemistry & Sunamp Ltd
For the creation of a successful partnership that has led to the development and commercialisation of heat-storage technology using novel formulations of phase-change materials.
2022 Interdisciplinary Prize
For pioneering innovations in flow chemistry, reactor engineering and reaction monitoring for continuous chemical processing.
For innovative research spanning organic chemistry to molecular genetics, leading to the discovery, characterisation, and engineering of many novel enzymes.
University College London
For outstanding contributions to interdisciplinary research on fundamental understanding of chemical syntheses, physical studies of plasmonic and magnetic nanomaterials for biomedical applications.
2022 Longstaff Prize
For pioneering research on the chemistry of materials with applications in renewable energy, leading to fundamental changes in our understanding of solid-state electrochemistry.
2022 Lord Lewis Prize
University of York and National Centre for Atmospheric Science
For the promotion and application of the chemical sciences to support development of evidence-based policy and regulation in the fields of air pollution and climate change.
2022 Materials Chemistry Division Early Career Award
For outstanding contributions to the discovery, characterisation and understanding of quantum magnets.
2022 Materials Chemistry Division mid-career Award: Peter Day Award
For the development of novel methodologies using bright light sources to identify active species in catalysis and energy storage.
2022 Materials Chemistry Division open award: John B Goodenough Award
For transformative discoveries of new materials from high pressure synthesis and of novel electronic phenomena in solids.
2022 Organic Division early career award: Hickinbottom Award
For the development of sustainable methodologies for synthesis which employ catalysts that are metal-free or based on earth-abundant first row transition metals.
2022 Organic Division mid-career Award: Merck, Sharp and Dohme Award
For contributions to the application and industrialisation of chemical catalysis in the pharmaceutical industry in the pursuit of more sustainable synthesis of medicines.
2022 Organic Dvision open award: Pedler Award
The University of Auckland
For a large body of pioneering work spanning the fields of natural product synthesis, peptide chemistry, and medicinal chemistry.
2022 Rising Star in Industry Award
For strategic leadership in developing greener solutions and advocating for global regulations related to the physical and toxicological testing of graphene.
2022 RSC/SCF Lectureship in Chemical Sciences
CNRS - Université de Bordeaux
For the development of new research areas in molecular magnetism and contributions to the study of magnetic materials.
2022 Sir Derek Barton Gold Medal
For the development of the concept of ‘click’ chemistry, the invention of chemical reactions underpinning this field and the impact this continues to make in chemical biology, drug development and materials science.
2022 Tilden Prize
For innovative development of catalytic methods that activate organic molecules by redox processes.
For outstanding contributions to the areas of liquid and gas phase heterogeneous catalysis.
University of York
For pioneering an understanding of molecular materials based on supramolecular gels.