Ernest Rutherford Medal and Prize recipients
For distinguished contributions to nuclear physics.
Professor David Jenkins
For outstanding contributions to experimental nuclear physics and commitment to widening participation.
Professor Kieran Thomas Flanagan
University of Manchester
For pioneering contributions to laser spectroscopy of exotic nuclei, particularly the use of resonance ionisation and its application to single-atom sensitivity in mass spectrometry and trace-metal analysis for environmental testing.
Professor Michael A Bentley
University of York
For distinguished contribution to the understanding of fundamental symmetries in atomic nuclei and their relation to the underlying interaction between nucleons.
Professor Philip Walker
University of Surrey
For advances in understanding metastable nuclear states: their origins, properties and applications.
Professor John Simpson
STFC Daresbury Laboratory
For his outstanding leadership in the development of new detector technologies and systems for experimental nuclear physics research within the UK and Europe, and for his seminal contributions to our understanding of the structure of atomic nuclei, especially in revealing new properties of nuclei at the limits of angular momentum, deformation, and stability.
Professor Paul Nolan
University of Liverpool
For his outstanding contributions to Nuclear structure at extremes of angular momentum and his leading role in the development of segmented Germanium detector technology.
Professor Peter A Butler
University of Liverpool
For his outstanding work in the field of experimental nuclear physics and his dynamic contributions to the future direction of the field.
Professor Martin Freer
University of Birmingham
For establishing the existence of nuclear configurations analogous to molecules and demonstrating the existence of nucleon-clustering in key light nuclei, a long-standing issue in the field.
Dr Alan Copestake, Dr Stephen Walley, Mr John Stewart Kiltie, Mr Chris Weston and Mr Brian Griffin
Rolls Royce plc
For the development of a long-life nuclear reactor core for UK submarines.
CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
For his contributions to high energy physics as leader of key experiments at CERN investigating CP violation, and as director of particle physics at CCLRC's Rutherford Appleton Laboratory where he has played a key role in reviving accelerator science for particle physics applications in the UK.
David L Wark
Peter John Dornan, David Plane and Wilber Venus
William R Phillips
Anthony Michael Hillas
David Vernon Bugg
James Philip Elliott
Erwin Gabathuler and Terry Sloan
Roger Julian Noel Phillips
John Dowell and Peter I P Kalmus
Peter Ware Higgs and Thomas Walter Bannerman Kibble
David Maurice Brink
Paul Gayleard Murphy and John James Thresher
Paul Taunton Matthews
Joan Maie Freeman and Roger John Blin-Stoyle
Albert Edward Litherland
James MacDonald Cassels
Brian Hilton Flowers
Peter H Fowler
Denys Haigh Wilkinson
Cecil Frank Powell
Philip I Dee
Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett
Rudolf Ernst Peierls
Alexander Smith Russell
Marcus Laurence Elwin Oliphant
John D Cockcroft
Harold Roper Robinson