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The guidelines for each EuChemS Awards explained in 7 minutes

The European Chemical Society, EuChemS, organised an Information Session on its Awards on Tuesday 24 November, from 10:00 to 11:30 CET. During this online event, the nomination procedures and selection process of the current EuChemS open calls were explained. These videos are now available on the EuChemS YouTube channel.

You can watch and share the videos for the European Chemistry Gold Medal, the EuChemS Lecture Award, the EuChemS Award for Service and the EuChemS Historical Landmarks Award below. More information about this event is available HERE.

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European Chemistry Gold Medal

The European Chemistry Gold Medal, which aims to reward the exceptional achievements of one scientist working in the field of chemistry in Europe. The winner is awarded a gold medal and the opportunity to give the opening lecture at the next EuChemS Chemistry Congress (ECC).
You can submit a nomination HERE (no self nomination accepted!)
Deadline: 31 December 2020


EuChemS Lecture Award

Each year, EuChemS celebrates the major achievements of a junior scientist working in chemistry. The winner of the EuChemS Lecture Award is awarded a statuette and is also invited to give a lecture at the next European Chemistry Congress or the major conference of a EuChemS Professional Network.
Everything you need to know about the award and how to submit available HERE.
Deadline: 31 December 2020


EuChemS Award for Service

EuChemS Award for Service also aims to acknowledge the outstanding commitment of an individual to fostering chemistry and molecular sciences in Europe, as well as to the goals of EuChemS.
If you know somebody who has made a difference for Chemistry in Europe and for EuChemS’ image and activities, submit your nomination HERE.
Deadline: 31 December 2020


EuChemS Historical Landmarks Award

The EuChemS Historical Landmarks Award, which aims to celebrate the important link between history, cultural heritage and chemistry, is open to submission.
Find out more about the award and enter your submission HERE.
Deadline: 31 December 2020


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