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Carbon in Industry Award

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Established 2010

The Carbon in Industry Award seeks to recognise the contribution made by leading industrial scientists and engineers to carbon science and technology such as any significant contribution to developmental work, pre-commercialisation, and/or promoting interaction with other sectors of society, e.g. public understanding of science.

Eligibility: The awardee will be decided on the basis of independent scoring against the criteria of track record, citation submitted and industrial impact. The awardee will hold the respect of their colleagues and their contribution well-known in their particular field. The successful candidate is likely to:

  • have more than 10 years industrial experience, and
  • have made a significant contribution / impact within an industrial sector either by the creation of knowledge (e.g. evidenced by patents, development of industrial plant, etc.), or
  • have shown excellence and a high degree of industrial leadership within their organisation by making a significant impact upon the UK's social, environmental and economic well-being

Application: Nominations are now requested without the knowledge of the candidate and with a supporting 250-500 word citation. Self-nomination is not permitted. Nominations should be submitted electronically to Nassia Tzelepi: Nassia.Tzelepi@nnl.co.uk.

Description of Award: Medal, lecture and a certificate. Reasonable travel expenses will be paid by the BCG.

Presented at: A BCG meeting, usually the Christmas meeting, where the recipient will present an award lecture outlining their contribution to carbon in industry.

Nomination Deadline: 1 September

Selected by: British Carbon Group Committee

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