Awards Accepting Nominations

Awards Accepting Nominations

Author: ChemistryViews

Please find links to awards accepting nominations listed below


2024 IUPAC—Solvay International Award

Supported by Solvay

The IUPAC award honores outstanding Ph.D. theses in the general area of the chemical sciences. Each year, IUPAC awards up to five prizes. Each prize consists of an US$1000 cash award and up to US$1000 towards travel expenses to attend the next IUPAC Congress, where the awards will be presented. The awards will be presented at the 2025 IUPAC Congress, to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in July 2025.

◷ Due date for nominations: Februrary 15, 2024

Hermann Neuhaus Prize

The Max Planck Society award honors excellent postdocs and research group leaders who are conducting research with the potential for application at a Max Planck Institute. The prize money is 25,000 euros (20,000 euros are earmarked for research funds, 5,000 euros are for the prize winner´s personal use).

◷ Due date for applications: February 15, 2024

ISC3 Innovation Challenge in Sustainable Chemistry and Textiles

Which innovative ideas in Sustainable Chemistry have the potential to improve the textile sector? This is the question posed by the International Sustainable Chemistry Collaborative Centre (ISC3) in the Innovation Challenge 2024. Start-ups and innovators from all over the world can apply with their answers and solutions.

The winner will receive prize money of EUR 15,000. In addition, the winners of two further categories, namely “Best Regional Impact” and “Best Social Impact” or “Special Impact”, will receive prize money of EUR 5,000 each.

◷ Due date for spplications: March 1, 2024

Wöhler-BASF Young Talent Award 2024

Supported by BASF

The GDCh award is given to young Ph.D. scientists for outstanding independent scientific work in the field of inorganic chemistry. This work should have been completed within the first six years of independent research. The prize is endowed with 5000 Euro.

◷ Due date for nominations: April 15, 2024

ORCHEM Prize for Young Scientists 2024

Supported by BASF

The Liebig Association for Organic Chemistry of the GDCh award honores young scientists who have distinguished themselves by new, original, and pioneering scientific work in the field of organic chemistry and who are not yet in a leading position or have only recently been appointed. The prize is endowed with EUR 5,000 and is usually awarded to two persons and includes a certificate and prize money of EUR 2,500 per person. The prize is traditionally awarded at the ORCHEM Conference. The awardees present the results of their award-winning work in a talk.

◷ Due date for nominations: April 15, 2024

Mario Markus Prize for Ludic Science

The GDCh award honores outstanding scientific work in the field of natural science that is “playful”; . The term “playful” is used here to designate discoveries that arose from research that was undertaken not with any specific application in mind but simply out of curiosity about the natural world. The prize, which has a value of € 10 000 plus travel expenses, will be awarded at a scientific conference.

◷ Due date for nominations: Mai 31, 2024

Martha Schwarzkopf Award for Women in Science

By Henkel AG & Co. KGaA

The award honors outstanding researchers from all over the world in the natural sciences, medicine, or computer science in the field of hair research or a related field. The main prize (Ph.D. and many years of experience) is endowed with 10,000 euros for the first place and 5,000 euros for the second place; the “Emerging Talent” award (completed master’s degree) is endowed with 5,000 euros. 

◷ Due date for applications: June 1, 2024
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