High Energy Particle Physics Science in Society Prize

This prize is for an early career researcher who has made an outstanding contribution to outreach in particle physics. 

The prize is £100 and a certificate.


Winners

2021 and 2020

Not awarded.

2019

Not awarded.

2018

Linda Cremonesi

For her passionate promotion of science to a diverse audience across many different forms of media.

2017

Not awarded.

2016

Dr Suzie Sheehy

For outstanding public engagement in accelerator science and particle physics.

2015

Harry Cliff

For his work as curator and head of content for the successful Collider exhibition and other outreach work with the Science Museum, CERN, and the Cavendish Laboratory.

2014

Tom Whyntie

For his work establishing nationwide the [email protected] programme, which has brought CERN technology into the classroom.

2013

Alan Walker

For outreach reaching over 100,000 people through a variety of exhibitions, public events and talks.

2012

Ben Still

For public engagement through blogs, art collaborations and school outreach, particularly in the field of neutrino physics.

2011

Mark Stockton

For his work on developing the MINERvA package for International Masterclasses.

2010

Brian Cox

For publicising particle physics in the popular media, particularly on BBC TV and radio programmes.