Awards Accepting Nominations

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  • Published: 11 October 2010
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  • Associated Societies: Chemistry Europe | Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Germany
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► Please find links to awards accepting nominations listed below:


LABVOLUTION Award

The award recognise real-world solutions implemented by lab operators to optimize their work. During LABVOLUTION 2021 in Hannover, Germany, (September 7–9, 2021) high-caliber seminar and consultancy prizes worth a total of over €10,000 will be presented to the winners.


2021 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) award recognizes distinguished reporting on science by professional journalists for a general audience and is given for coverage of the sciences, engineering, and mathematics.

Entries must have been published, broadcast or posted online during the contest year: 16 July 2020 to 15 July 2021. The contest is open to journalists worldwide. Two awards in each category are presented: a Gold award ($5,000) and a Silver award ($3,500).
◷ Due date for applications: August 1, 2021


Murray Goodman Memorial Prize

Inaugurated in 2007 in honour of the Biopolymers Founding Editor, the award recognises outstanding accomplishments in one or more of the areas of biochemistry, biophysical chemistry, biophysics or chemical biology. It consists of a symposium in association with the Division of Biological Chemistry (BIOL) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) at the ACS Spring meeting the year following the award, a dinner in recognition of the recipient at the meeting, and travel expenses of up to US$1,000 to the meeting; along with an invitation to write a Review for Biopolymers and US$5,000.

Please send nominations to the Editor-in-Chief of Biopolymers, Dr Hilary J. Crichton ([email protected])

◷ Due date for nominations: August 2, 2021


European Inventor Award

The European Patent Office (EPO) award honours inventors not only for the genius of their scientific or technological breakthroughs, but also for the impact their inventions have on our lives. The winner will be revealed at the European Inventor Award ceremony in June 2022.
◷ Due date for nominations/applications: October 1, 2021; via the nomination form


Young Inventors Prize

The European Patent Office (EPO) award recognises problem-solving initiatives across all technical fields and offers a cash prize to the winner (EUR 20 000) and two additional finalists (EUR 10 000 and EUR 5 000 respectively). It is open to any individual or group worldwide with a maximum age of 30 at the time of the award. You can propose any idea, project or product in any field of technology. Each proposal must be accompanied by supporting information that is already in the public domain, for example, granted intellectual property rights, published scientific papers, case studies or audio-visual material. The initiative must aim at using a technical solution to solve a problem within the framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The winner will be revealed at the European Inventor Award ceremony in June 2022.
◷ Due date for nominations/applications: October 1, 2021; via the nomination form


Alfred-Stock-Gedächtnispreis

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding work in the field of inorganic chemistry. The award consists of a gold medal and is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Emil-Fischer-Medaille

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding work in the field of organic chemistry. The award consists of a gold medal and is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Liebig-Denkmünze

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding achievements in chemistry. The award consists of a silver medal and is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


August-Wilhelm-von-Hofmann-Denkmünze

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes preferably non-German scientists, who have made significant contributions to chemistry. The award consists of a gold medal.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Hermann-Staudinger-Preis

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes contributions in the field of macromolecular chemistry. The award consists of a gold medal and is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Gmelin-Beilstein-Denkmünze

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes special contributions to chemical literature, chemical information, or the history of chemistry. The award consists of a silver medal and is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Albrecht-Kossel-Preis

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of biochemistry. The prize is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Erich-Hückel-Preis

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding research in the field of theoretical chemistry. The prize is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


GDCh Prize for Journalists and Writers

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes regardless of language, outstanding journalistic or literary achievements that contribute in a special way to the dissemination of chemical scientific content in German-speaking countries. The prize is endowed with € 7,500.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


GDCh Prize for Biocatalysis

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding doctoral theses in the field of biocatalysis. The graduation date must not date back further than two years by the deadline October 1, 2021. Eligible for nomination are persons with whom the nominees have completed their doctoral studies. The nomination must be accompanied by an abstract of the dissertation (max. two pages) in English and the complete dissertation. The prize is endowed with € 2,000.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Carl-Duisberg-Gedächtnispreis

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize recognizes outstanding junior faculty members in the chemical sciences. 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 W2/W3 professorship or a similar position. The prize is endowed with € 5,000 for the recipient and € 2,500 for the recipient’s research group.
◷ Due date for nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Carl-Roth-Förderpreis

Sponsored by the Carl Roth GmbH + Co. KG

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh; German Chemical Society) prize addresses the younger generation of Molecular Scientists and is awarded for outstanding contributions in the fields of resource-friendly synthesis or innovative application of chemicals. The graduation date (diploma or master) must not date back further than five years by the deadline October 1, 2021. The value of the award is € 5,000. In addition the group of the award winner is granted a € 3,000 voucher for items from the Carl Roth catalogue.
◷ Due date for application/nominations: October 1, 2021; via the website www.gdch.de/nominations


Priestley Medal

The American Chemical Society (ACS) award recognize distinguished services to chemistry. The award consists of a gold medallion designed to commemorate the work of Joseph Priestley with a presentation box and a certificate. Up to $2,500 for travel expenses to the meeting at which the award will be presented will be reimbursed.
◷ Due date for nominations: November 1, 2021

Nominations for all other ACS awards can also be submitted until November 1.


► If you know of any additional awards, please either sign in and leave a comment or contact us and we will add it to the list.


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