Analytical Division early career award: Joseph Black Award
Opens 3 Nov 2021 12:00 AM (GMT)
Deadline 18 Jan 2022 05:00 PM (GMT)
Description

The Joseph Black Award is for the most meritorious contributions to any area of analytical chemistry made by an early career scientist.

  • The winner receives £3000, a medal and a certificate  
  • The winner will complete a UK lecture tour 
  • The winner will be selected by the RSC Analytical Division Prize Committee

  • Only RSC Members can nominate for this prize
  • Nominees may NOT nominate themselves
  • The prize is open to nominees working in the UK and Ireland only 
  • Nominees should be an early career scientist, typically with no more than 10 years of full-time equivalent professional experience.
  • This should be experience gained as part of a scientific career excluding time spent in full-time education. Time spent as a postgraduate student should not be included e.g. Masters, PhD. Time spent as a post-doctoral researcher should be included. 
  • Nominators will be asked to provide details of the nominee's professional experience, in relation to the above criteria.   
  • Career breaks will be taken into consideration, and applications are particularly encouraged from those whose career has spanned a break due to caring responsibilities or personal circumstances e.g. a period of parental/adoption leave, family commitments, illness, or other exceptional circumstances. 
  • When nominating previous RSC prize winners, please remember that a person cannot be awarded twice for substantially the same body of work  
Apply

Analytical Division early career award: Joseph Black Award


The Joseph Black Award is for the most meritorious contributions to any area of analytical chemistry made by an early career scientist.

  • The winner receives £3000, a medal and a certificate  
  • The winner will complete a UK lecture tour 
  • The winner will be selected by the RSC Analytical Division Prize Committee

  • Only RSC Members can nominate for this prize
  • Nominees may NOT nominate themselves
  • The prize is open to nominees working in the UK and Ireland only 
  • Nominees should be an early career scientist, typically with no more than 10 years of full-time equivalent professional experience.
  • This should be experience gained as part of a scientific career excluding time spent in full-time education. Time spent as a postgraduate student should not be included e.g. Masters, PhD. Time spent as a post-doctoral researcher should be included. 
  • Nominators will be asked to provide details of the nominee's professional experience, in relation to the above criteria.   
  • Career breaks will be taken into consideration, and applications are particularly encouraged from those whose career has spanned a break due to caring responsibilities or personal circumstances e.g. a period of parental/adoption leave, family commitments, illness, or other exceptional circumstances. 
  • When nominating previous RSC prize winners, please remember that a person cannot be awarded twice for substantially the same body of work  
Apply
Opens
3 Nov 2021 12:00 AM (GMT)
Deadline
18 Jan 2022 05:00 PM (GMT)