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The Royal Society invites nominations are now open. These awards celebrate a range of achievements in science including communicating science. Nominations can be for individuals, groups and teams. You do not need to be a fellow or member of the Royal Society to be nominated or to nominate.

The Royal Society's call for nominations to its awards and medals is now open.

There are a range of medals and prizes available, including for promoting and communicating science and diversity in science.

Nominations are open to anyone and can be made by anyone, you don't have to be a fellow or member of the society.

Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture
To the scientist or engineer whose expertise in communicating scientific ideas in lay terms is exemplary.


Royal Society David Attenborough Award and Lecture
For outstanding and sustained public engagement with science.

Royal Society Athena Prize
To a team who have contributed most to the advancement of diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) within their communities.

Rosalind Franklin Award
To an individual with an established track record of very high standing in any area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for their project to support the promotion of women in STEM.


You can find out more about the individual awards and how to nominate via the links above.

Deadline for nominations is 23:59 UK time on Friday 23 February.