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Daphne Jackson Medal and Prize recipients

For exceptional early career contributions to physics education.


Dr Chris S Edmonds
University of Liverpool

For exceptional contributions to physics education, by improving access for the visually impaired, enhancing teacher training and creating award-winning teaching material.

Find out more about Dr Chris S Edmonds.


Emma Russo
South Hampstead High School

For her championing of girls' further study of physics through the creation of events for girls and their parents, and for her advocacy of girls' STEM education with educators internationally.


Dr Jessica Wade
Imperial College London
For acting as an internationally recognised ambassador for STEM, enhancing engagement across a wide range of demographics, through sustained and stimulating community engagement and outreach.