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Institute of Physics Early Career Awards 2017 - open for nominations

last modified Jan 11, 2017 05:20 PM
The IOP's call for nominations for the 2017 Awards, including Early Career Medals, is open until 31 January 2017.

The IOP Awards recognise and reward excellence in people and teams who have made outstanding and exceptional contributions to the strength of physics.

The IOP’s annual awards celebrate the best of physics, both to reward researchers for groundbreaking work and to help inspire the next generation of physicists.

The Institute’s following Early Career Medals are awarded annually to recognise and reward exceptional early career contributions to physics:

James Clerk Maxwell Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early career contributions to theoretical, (including mathematical and computational) physics.  

Henry Moseley Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early career contributions to experimental physics.

Clifford Paterson Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early career contributions to the application of physics in an industrial or commercial context.

Jocelyn Bell Burnell Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early career contributions to physics by a very early career female researcher.

Daphne Jackson Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early career contributions to physics education and to widening participation within it.

Mary Somerville Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early career contributions to public engagement within physics.

Nominations must be submitted by 31 January 2017. Find out more about the Awards on the IOP website.

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