|2021 Science Award Winner:||2021 Society Award Winner:||2021 Economic Award Winner:|
|Prof Serena Corr for her work applying muon spin relaxation spectroscopy to investigating ion diffusion in battery materials.||Dr Mariela Martins Nolasco for her work characterising polymer structure and dynamics.||Prof David Lennon for his work on probing the interactions of atoms and molecules with the surfaces of catalysts.|
|2020 Science Award Winner:||2020 Society Award Winner:||2020 Economic Award Winner:|
Professor Jin-Chong Tan|
University of Oxford
For his group’s work on lattice dynamics in Metal-Organic Frameworks, and how this effects the way they absorb and release gases and drug molecules.
|Professor Paolo Rech|
Institute of Informatics of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
For his work developing artificial
intelligence frameworks to improve the reliability of a driverless car’s ability not to confuse a person with a post-box.
Dr Peter Albers|
Evonik Operations GmbH
For his work over the last thirty years using neutrons alongside other methods to investigate materials with commercial applications, including catalysis.
2019 Science Award Winner:||2019 Society Award Winner:||2019 Economic Award Winner:|
|Dr Sihai Yang|
University of Manchester
For his work on developing functional materials.
|Professor Maria Paula M. Marques|
Coimbra University, Portugal
For her research using neutrons for cancer research.
Dr Indri Adilina|
Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
For her work at ISIS on the use of palm oil biomass waste as an alternative source for biofuel.
|2018 Science Award Winner:||2018 Society Award Winner:||2018 Economic Award Winner:|
Dr. Thomas Douglas Bennett|
University of Cambridge
For his work on modelling the structure of metal-organic framework glasses.
The Wallace Collection, London|
For their work on utilising neutrons for non-invasive analysis of arms and armour.
|Dr. Andrea Lazzarini |
University of Oslo
For his work on activated carbon catalysts.