Awards Accepting Nominations

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► Please find links to awards accepting nominations listed below:


Johannes Linneborn Prize

The award recognizes scientists for their outstanding contributions to the development of energy from biomass. The Prize is named in honour of Johannes Linneborn, a pioneer of wood gasification.

Due date for nominations 24 February 2017


IQ-CHem

Sponsored by Sinopec, 3M, AkzoNobel, BASF, The Dow Chemical Company, DuPont, Henkel, Honeywell UOP, LG Chem, Linde, SIBUR, Solvay, Technip

The contest, launched by SIBUR, invites Chemical startups focussing on innovations in gas processing and transportation, production and application of plastics, elastomers, basic monomers and specialty chemicals, and cutting-edge equipment and technological solutions for boosting the operational efficiency of chemical and technical processes of the petrochemical industry. The jury will include more than 30 international experts representing the partner companies, scientific institutions, and investors. The best startups will be offered an opportunity to cooperate with global chemical leaders and will get a monetary prize. The total prize fund amounts to US$ 55,000. The winners will be announced on 6 June 2017 at Startup Village 2017, a startup conference in Moscow, Russia.

Due date for applications 1 March 2017


The Robert Burwell Lectureship in Catalysis

Spon­sored by John­son Matthey

The award of the North Amer­i­can Catal­y­sis Soci­ety recog­nizes sub­stan­tial con­tri­bu­tions to one or more areas in the field of catal­y­sis with empha­sis on dis­cov­ery and under­stand­ing of cat­alytic phe­nom­ena, cat­alytic reac­tion mech­a­nisms and iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and descrip­tion of cat­alytic sites and species. The Awardee will be selected on the basis of his/her con­tri­bu­tions to the cat­alytic lit­er­a­ture and the cur­rent time­li­ness of these research con­tri­bu­tions. The recip­i­ent may be invited to (1) visit and lec­ture to each of the affil­i­ated Clubs/Societies with which mutu­ally sat­is­fac­tory arrange­ments can be made and (2) pre­pare a review paper(s) for pub­li­ca­tion cov­er­ing these lec­tures.

It comes with an honorarium of US$ 5,000 and US$ 4,500 to cover travelling expenses in North America.

Due date for nominations 3 March 2017

E-mail to Enrique Igle­sia, Pres­i­dent of the North Amer­i­can Catal­y­sis Soci­ety


2017 Reaxys PhD Prize

Sponsored by Elsevier

Applicants must be in a PhD program or have finished their PhD after January 1, 2016. Each submission should include a published, peer-reviewed article, a CV (resumé), and a letter of recommendation from their PhD supervisor.
All submissions will be reviewed by internationally renowned chemists who will consider each entry for originality, innovation, importance and applicability of the research; rigor of approach and methodology; quality and clarity of published work; and supporting evidence of these accomplishments from the recommendation letter and CV. 45 finalists will be selected, who will be invited to the 2017 Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium, which will be held in Shanghai this October. Travel bursaries are provided together with accommodation. All finalists for the Prize will join the Reaxys Prize Club, a unique, international network of chemists from all research areas and career paths which provides travel bursaries for members to meet and study with one another. Finalists will also receive access to Reaxys and Reaxys Medical Chemistry. Other benefits include sponsorship for lectures and support with the organization of Prize Club meetings.

Due date for applications 13 March 2017


EurJIC-Wöhler Young Investigator Prize

The prize honores a young scientist of any nationality who has completed a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Chemistry for an excellent scientific publication in a field within Inorganic Chemistry. The selected paper, in which the candidate appears as correspondence author, should have been published within two years before the nomination. The nominee will be an independent researcher, but not yet in an established academic or industrial position.

The prize comprises a certificate and €1500.- and will be awarded at the Symposium “Highlights in Inorganic Chemistry” of the Wöhler-Vereinigung of the GDCh-Wissenschaftsforum Chemie. The prize is financially supported by ChemPubSoc Europe, the publishing arm of 16 European Chemical Societies.

Due date for nominations 30 March 2017

E-mail to Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger, Wöhler Vereinigung für Anorganische Chemie, GDCh-Geschäftsstelle, Frankfurt, Germany


ACHEMA Start-Up Award

DECHEMA, the Business Angels FrankfurtRheinMain, and the High-Tech Gründerfons want to pave the road for innovation in chemistry, process engineering, and biotechnology. From the first idea to the concept and business plan phase, the award supports (future) founders by providing what they need most: Advice and help from industry and finance experts, contact to potential customers and investors and a high visibility to the global industry.

Up to ten start-ups will be given the opportunity to introduce themselves at ACHEMA 2018 within the framework of a start-up price stand as well as a special pitch session and to establish contacts. Three winners will also receive a prize of 10,000 euros each.

Due date for submission of ideas 31 March 2017 (31 July: submission of concepts 31 November: business plans)


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