Awards Accepting Nominations

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  • Published: 11 October 2010
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Associated Societies: Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Germany | DECHEMA (Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.), Germany
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► Please find links to awards accepting nominations listed below:


Early-Career Investigator Award

The award honores academic- and industry-based postdocs working in Chemical Translational Biology (CTB). The selection will be based on a short essay (up to 500 words, optionally with figures and including a short bio) describing your vision of CTB, either based on own research or a more general perspective. The winning essays will be featured in the upcoming CTB special collection of ChemBioChem and the authors will receive an additional prize.

◷ Due date for applications: July 31, 2020
Please submit your contributions as Viewpoint article directly to ChemBioChem using their online submission system


Grammaticakis-Neumann Prize

The Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) award honors a promising young scientist for outstanding accomplishments in the field of experimental or theoretical photochemistry. On the deadline for submission of nominations, the candidate must be under 40 years old (i.e., 40th birthday after the deadline) and may not be a tenured professor or hold a managerial position in industry. The prize is endowed with CHF 5,000.

◷ Due date for nominations/applications: September 30, 2020


Paul Bunge Prize 2021

The prize of the Hans-R.-Jenemann-Stiftung and the German Chemical Society (GDCh) honours studies on the history of scientific instruments. The prize is endowed with 7,500 euros. It is awarded for individual works of the last five years or for lifetime achievements. The works can be submitted in German, English, or French.
The prize will be awarded during the lecture meeting of the GDCh History Section of Chemistry, which will take place on March 25 and 26, 2021 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
◷ Due date for nominations/applications: September 30, 2020

Email to Jasmin Herr: j.herr@gdch.de


Paracelsus Prize 2022

The prize of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) honores outstanding scientific research in the field of chemistry at an international level. Winners are chosen irrespective of nationality. SCS membership is not a requirement. Age plays no role in the selection process. There are no restrictions regarding the professional status of candidates.
The prize is endowed with CHF 20,000 and medal in gold.
◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2020

Email to info@scg.ch


Werner Prize 2021

The prize of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) honores promising young Swiss scientists or young foreign scientists working in Switzerland for outstanding research in the field of chemistry. Selection of the winners is not restricted to candidates working at a university. On the deadline for submission of nominations, the candidate must be under 40 years old (i.e. 40th birthday after the deadline) and may not be a tenured professor or hold a managerial position in industry.
The prize is endowed with CHF 10,000 and medal in bronze.
◷ Due date for nominations: September 30, 2020

Email to info@scg.ch


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