Bronze Early Career Medals

The Institute’s Bronze Early Career Medals are awarded annually to recognise and reward exceptional early career contributions. The Institute defines early career as meaning someone who is, as of 31 January 2018 and allowing for career breaks:

• Within six years of completing their PhD
• Or, if they do not have a PhD, within 10 years of the start of their first employment contract where research and/or the application of physics is the primary function of their role.

James Clerk Maxwell Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early-career contributions to theoretical, (including mathematical and computational) physics.  

Henry Moseley Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early-career contributions to experimental physics.

Clifford Paterson Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early-career contributions to the application of physics in an industrial or commercial context.

Jocelyn Bell Burnell Medal and Prize
Awarded for exceptional early-career contributions to physics by a very early career female physicist.

The Awards Committee will select one winner from the following category:

Physics education public engagement within physics



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