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BRSG-NMRDG Annual Prize for Excellent Contribution to Magnetic Resonance

This prize is awarded for excellence in magnetic resonance and is to honour a work representing one or more substantial contributions to the field.


The prize is awarded jointly by the BRSG (Institute of Physics Magnetic Resonance Society) and the NMR Discussion Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry on an annual basis.

Nominees can be of any nationality, and must be based in the UK or Ireland at the time of nomination and award.

The research to be recognised can have been partially but not exclusively carried out outside the UK or Ireland.

The prize is awarded to a researcher who has had an independent position for less than seven years (allowing for career breaks).

Prize

The prize is £100.

The recipient is invited to give a lecture at either the BRSG or the NMRDG Christmas meeting.

Eligibility

The awardee cannot be a member of the prize committee.

The recipient does not have to be a member of the BRSG: The Magnetic Resonance Group, or the NMR Discussion Group.

Nominations

Nominees for the award are nominated and seconded by members of the BRSG or the NMR Discussion Group. A short case is made about why the candidate is suitable, which should make reference to one or more substantial contributions to the field.

Send nominations to [email protected] and copy in [email protected]

Selection

The prize is awarded by a committee made up of two representatives from the BRSG and two representatives from the NMR Discussion Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry. A majority decision of the prize committee is required.

Winners

2013

Jonathan Mitchell

For work in the area of time domain NMR applied to porous materials.

2012

Dr John Morton

For Electron and Nuclear Spin Qubits in the Solid State.

2011

Dr Marina Carravetta

For Cryogenic Static and MAS NMR on Magnesium Boride.

2010

Dr Mathias Nilsson

2009

Dr Sharon Ashbrook

For Multinuclear NMR Study of Host-Guest Interactions in Microporous Aluminophosphates.