Awards Accepting Nominations

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  • Published: 10 November 2010
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  • Associated Societies: DECHEMA (Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.), Germany | Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Germany
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► Please find links to awards accepting nominations listed below:


Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences

The prize honors contributions that have opened new fields of research or have advanced concepts in a particular biomedical discipline. It includes a prize money of USD 50,000.

◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2018


Science4Life Venture Cup 2019

Life Sciences, Chemistry, and Energy—The business plan competition offers young entrepreneurs with entrepreneurial spirit and technology-oriented start-ups comprehensive training and further education opportunities in these three future-oriented industries. The participants are supported by a strong network of experts and can win prize money of 82,000 euros.

The Venture Cup is divided into three phases. The idea phase is about the description of the business idea, the business model is presented in the concept phase, and at the end of the business plan phase the complete business plan is written. Entry into the competition is possible at every stage.

◷ Due date for applications: Phase 1: October 12, 2018, Phase: 2 January 18, 2019, Phase 3: April 12, 2019


Grammaticakis-Neumann Prize

The Swiss Chemical Society prize is awarded to a promising young scientist for outstanding accomplishments in the field of experimental or theoretical photochemistry. The prize is announced internationally and is not restricted to persons affiliated with academic institutions. The award includes CHF 5,000.

◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2018


Sandmeyer Award

The Swiss Chemical Society prize is awarded to a team or an individual for outstanding work in the field of industrial or applied chemistry. The work must have been carried out in Switzerland or abroad by a team including Swiss nationals. The award may be presented to an individual foreign national if the work was carried out in Switzerland. The award includes CHF 10,000 for individuals or CHF 20,000 for groups.

◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2018


Adolf von Baeyer Memorial Medal

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) commemorative medal recognizes outstanding scientific contributions in the field of organic chemistry. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Joseph König Memorial Medal

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) award recognizes special contributions to the scientific development and the advancement of food chemistry. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Wilhelm Klemm Prize

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) award honors internationally recognized research in inorganic chemistry. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Fresenius Prize

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) award honores special merits in the scientific development and the promotion of analytical chemistry. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Carl Duisberg Memorial Prize

The German Chemical Society (GDCh, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker) award recognizes outstanding junior faculty members in the chemical sciences. The prize is endowed with EUR 5,000 for the recipient and EUR 2,500 for the recipient’s research group. The award is bestowed upon someone who is active in a German university or who as a German is active in a university or research institution abroad. Moreover, the nominee should not be older than 40 or already hold a C4/W3 professorship or a similar position.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Carl Roth Award

Sponsored by the Carl Roth GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

The German Chemical Society (GDCh, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker) award recognizes younger Molecular Scientists for their outstanding contributions in the fields of resource-friendly synthesis or innovative application of chemicals. The value of the award is EUR 5,000. In addition the group of the award winner is granted a EUR 3,000 voucher for items from the Carl Roth catalogue.

The graduation date (diploma or master) must not date back further than five years by the deadline 1 October 2018.

◷ Due date for applications and nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Heinz Schmidkunz Award

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) award recognizes outstanding contributions to research in the field of chemical education, to the training of chemistry teachers, and to teaching chemistry in schools. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Horst Pracejus Award

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) award honores work in the area of enantioselectivity or chirality. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


Wöhler Award for Sustainable Chemistry

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) award recognizes contributions to establishing a scientific and technological approach to Green Chemistry. The prize is endowed with 7,500 EUR.

◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2018

E-mail to Barbara Köhler, GDCh


2019 ACS National Awards

The prizes aim to encourage the advancement of chemistry in all its branches, to support research in chemical science and industry, and to promote the careers of chemists.

The award will be presented at the spring National Meeting during the National Awards Program Ceremony and General Meeting. Each recipient delivers an address on the scientific work that is being recognized during the spring National Meeting. Recipients are announced in the Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN) during the week of the fall National Meeting.

◷ Due date for nominations: November 1, 2018


IUPAC 2019 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Awards

The prize acknowledges and promotes the work of women in chemistry/chemical engineering worldwide. Awardees will be selected based on excellence in basic or applied research, distinguished accomplishments in teaching or education, or demonstrated leadership or managerial excellence in the chemical sciences. The Awards Committee is particularly interested in nominees with a history of leadership and/or community service during their careers.
The award is presented at the 2019 IUPAC World Chemistry Congress in Paris, France.

◷ Due date for nominations: November 1, 2018


DECHEMA Industrial Bioprocess Award

The DECHEMA prize is awarded to Young scientists who have made industrially profound contributions to biochemical engineering during their Ph.D. thesis (thesis between December 2017 and November 2018). The award that is offered for the second time comes with €5,000 prize money and is being sponsored by the industrial members of the DECHEMA working party “Biochemical Engineering“.

◷ Due date for nominations: December 1, 2018


Dr. Margaret Faul Award for Women in Chemistry

Sponsored by Georg Thieme Publishers and Science of Synthesis

The newly created award honors women scientists within the first 15 years of their independent career who have made a significant contribution to synthetic chemistry (organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, medical and biological chemistry, molecular design, and materials chemistry).
The award comprises 5,000 Euros.  The award will be presented at the European Symposium on Organic Chemistry (ESOC) in Vienna, Austria, in July, 2019. The winner will present her research in a lecture there.

◷ Due date for nominations: December 14, 2018
Email to Dr. Marcus White, Scientific Editor, Thieme


Future Insight Prize

Sponsored by Merck

This new research prize recognizes researchers who have made outstanding contributions to enable innovations important for the future of humanity in the categories of health, nutrition, and energy with up to € 1 million annually for the next 35 years.

In 2019, the prize will be awarded for the first time, for a visionary achievement in Pandemic Protection.

◷ Due date for nominations: December 31, 2018

E-mail to futureinsightprize@merckgroup.com


EurJIC –Wöhler Young Investigator Prize

This award honors a young investigator in the field of Inorganic Chemistry for an excellent scientific publication in which the candidate is a correspondence author. The winner of the € 1500,- award will present a lecture on her/his research at the GDCh-Wissenschaftsforum Chemie 2019.

◷ Due date for nominations: March 30, 2019

Email to Nicole Bürger, GDCh


Paracelsus Prize

The Swiss Chemical Society prize is awarded to scholars who have produced outstanding scientific research in the field of chemistry at an international level. Winners are chosen irrespective of nationality. The award includes CHF 20,000 and a medal in gold.

◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2019


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