Closing date: 30 April 2012
The Thermo-Hilger Award is presented biennially to an RSC member in the early stages of their career who uses atomic spectrometry during their work.
The winner receives a cash/book prize and free registration (including meals, events and conference dinner) to attend a major national conference on atomic spectroscopy.
The Allan Ure Bursary is awarded annually to a scientist, at the start of their career, who has made a significant contribution to the application of atomic spectrometry to environmental science.
The successful applicant will receive £500 to help with any expenses that may be of benefit to their career. For example, this could be to travel to or attend a conference, so that they may present their work.
More details about the prizes and how to apply can be found on the Atomic Spectroscopy Group Awards page.