This award, offered jointly by SETAC and the Royal Society of Chemistry, is for early to mid-career scientists who have accomplished and published outstanding contributions that have advanced the understanding or development of environmental systems, technologies, methodologies or other relevant research in the environmental sciences. To qualify as an early to mid-career scientist, the individual must be aged 25 to 40. However, consideration will be given to individuals outside of this age grouping if they are still an early to mid-career scientist. Please contact the awards committee regarding eligibility for nomination if you believe this situation applies to your nomination. The winner of the award, which will be announced each year at the SETAC North America Annual Meeting, will be in the form of USD $1,000 to support the cost of the recipient to attend the SETAC Annual Meeting, a waiver for conference registration fees for that year, a one year subscription to the RSC’s Journal of Environmental Monitoring, and a one year subscription to SETAC’s Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (if they are not already a SETAC member). The second place winner will receive an honorable mention, a one year subscription to the RSC’s Journal of Environmental Monitoring, and a one year subscription to SETAC’s Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (if they are not already a SETAC member).
Formerly the Roy F. Weston Environmental Chemistry Award
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
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Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen