Nominations for the ‘2023 SCI Process Chemistry UK Academic Award’ are open!
The SCI Process Chemistry Award recognises outstanding work carried out by a UK-based academic in the development of significant new synthetic methodology, process technology, or reaction understanding such that it has the potential to become useful for the manufacture of an active pharmaceutical ingredient or agrochemicals on scale.
The award is sponsored jointly by AstraZeneca, GSK and Syngenta and includes a financial contribution to support the recipient’s future research efforts. The winner will also be invited to present their work at the 39th SCI Process Development Symposium to be held in Cambridge over 29th – 31st March 2023, where they will be presented with the award.
We invite you to highlight valuable, industry-relevant research of either a colleague, or yourself, through nomination for this award.
Nominations should include a brief summary (1 page maximum) of the research achievements of the nominee which are in line with the scope outlined above. Nominees should be based in the UK and can be at any stage in their career. Proposals should be in either word or pdf format and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 7th January 2023. Updated submissions relating to nominations from previous years are welcome.