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Awards

 

 

Eppendorf Young investigator award Closes 15th January 2018

The Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators acknowledges outstanding contributions to biomedical research in Europe based on methods of molecular biology, including novel analytical concepts.  €20,000 granted to researchers under the age of 35. Please share with Junior Researchers

 

Royal Society of Chemistry Closing Date: 16 January 2018

The Jeremy Knowles Award is to recognise and promote the importance of inter- and multi-disciplinary research between chemistry and the life sciences, Nominees should be 55 or under

 

L'Oreal UK Fellowship in Science Closing Date: 25th January 2018  within 10 years post doc age 40

 

Biochemical Society Closing 31st January 2018 (Nominations for 2019)

 

Biochemical Society will recognize established researchers as well as scientists in the early stages of their career. The Society would like to encourage nominations that reflect the diversity of the bioscience community.

https://www.biochemistry.org/Awards/Nominations.aspx

https://www.biochemistry.org/Awards/EarlyCareerResearchAwards.aspx

 

European Molecular Biology Organisation Gold medal Closing date: 01 Feb 18

 

This recognises a young scientist and their contributions to the life sciences in Europe. The winner will receive a bursary worth €10,000. Molecular biologists currently working in one of the EMBC member states who are under the age of 40, or within 10 years of having obtained their PhD or equivalent, may be nominated. To be considered, a nomination must be supported by three EMBO members.

 

BBSRC Innovator of the year Closing date: 15th February 2018

This competition recognises and rewards individuals and small teams who have harnessed the potential of their excellent research.

The competition has four award categories:
Commercial Impact, Social Impact, International Impact, Early Career Impact