Good news - you can still nominate a physics star for an AIP award!
The closing date has been extended to 15 May for the following awards:
- Walter Boas Medal – for original research that makes an important contribution to physics in Australia
- Harrie Massey Medal – for outstanding contributions to physics made by an Australian citizen anywhere in the world, or by an Australian resident for work carried out in Australia
- Ruby Payne-Scott Award– for outstanding contributions to physics made by an exceptionally promising early-career researcher
- Women in Leadership Medal – for outstanding leadership by a female physicist
- Physics Communication Award – for an excellent communicator who makes the public aware of the excitement and importance of physics
- Alan Walsh Medal – for outstanding accomplishments in applying physics in industry
- Physics Education Medal - for outstanding contributions to tertiary physics education in Australia
Nominations are also open for the following awards, which close 1 Jun:
Don’t miss out on your chance to let a colleague know how much their efforts are appreciated.
Some awards also allow self-nomination, so please check the individual awards.Photo credit: Orion’s Dreamy Stars by NASA/JPL-Caltech.