Awards, Medals and Prizes
The Price Medal is awarded for investigations of outstanding merit into formation and composition of the Earth and/or planets (e.g. seismology, tectonics, geodesy, geomagnetism, solar system dynamics, meteoritics). This medal may be awarded for a single outstanding piece of work (such that younger scientists may be candidates for this award).
The Annual General Meeting 1992 approved the introduction of the Price Medal. It is to honour Professor Albert Thomas Price and was first awarded in 1994.
Word nomination form
pdf nomination form
by 31 July for the following year's awards and should include:
- The above nomination form
- A full CV
- A short list of key refereed publications (preferably with citation data. Ideally, this publication list should be extracted from the Web of Science)
- Your nomination (minimum length 300 words, maximum length 600 words). This should address how the nominee fulfils the criteria of the Award, in particular the single investigation for which the nominee is being proposed should be clearly highlighted. Successful nominations argue a strong case for why the nominee deserves the award over and above one of their peers working in the same area. It is helpful if the nomination is phrased in such a way that extracts from it can be used in the formal recommendation of the Committee. The nomination should also include the nominee's present career stage, the nominee's present post, and other awards and honours.
- Additionally, you should ask two referees to send supporting statements directly to the above address by the same deadline.