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The Institute of Physics awards are now open for nominations - including awards for engagement, education and outreach for different career levels. You can self-nominate or nominate others.

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is looking for nominations for their 2023 awards, celebrating the brilliant contributions by individuals and teams to physics, including in public engagement. 

You can self-nominate and nominate others.

The three public engagement awards:

Lise Meitner Medal and Prize

For distinguished contributions to public engagement within physics.

This silver medal comes with a prize of £1,000 and a certificate.

Click here to find out more about the Lise Meitner medal and prize recipients

Mary Somerville Medal and Prize

For exceptional early career contributions to public engagement in physics.

This bronze medal comes with a prize of £1,000 and a certificate.

Click here to find out about the Mary Somerville medal and prize recipients

William Thomson, Lord Kelvin Medal and Prize

For public engagement in physics.

This gold medal comes with a prize of £1,000 and a certificate.

Click here to learn more about the William Thomson, Lord Kelvin medal and prize recipients

 

There are also four awards for physics education:

 

There is usually a celebration event to award the medals and prizes, Covid notwithstanding.

Click here for full details and to start a nomination