The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) have announced the launch of their 2023 IOM3 Awards and Prizes, with nominations open for the two brand new awards in collaboration with Royce that recognise and celebrate the achievements and contributions of technical professionals:
The Henry Royce Institute Award for Innovation by a Technical Professional will highlight the crucial input that technical professionals make in advancing our technology and understanding of the materials world.
The Henry Royce Institute Award for Outstanding Contribution by a Technical Professional will acknowledge the contributions of an exceptional and established technical professional over a sustained period of time.
Royce Technology Platform Lead for Near Net-Shape Manufacturing Dr Rob Deffley said:
“Technical Professionals hold a unique role in scientific and technology organisations and their expertise underpins the delivery of impactful advanced materials research. These Royce Awards send a signal that Technical Professionals make a huge contribution to solving research challenges whilst also providing visibility and recognition of their vital work.”
IOM3’s annual range of Awards, Medals and Prizes to recognise personal achievement, for published work and for contributions to the profession.
IOM3 CEO Dr Colin Church CEnv FIMMM said,
‘The IOM3 Awards & Prizes allow us to recognise major contributions, made at a variety of career stages across the range of IOM3 activities. It’s always an exciting and positive way to start the year, so would encourage you to think about possible nominations within your field. As well as recognising excellence, the awards highlight the important role materials, minerals and mining play in underpinning many aspects of moving towards a more sustainable world.’
This year’s Awards & Prizes winners will be celebrated on Thursday 7 December at 297 Euston Road.
For more information on the awards available and to submit your nomination click here