Nominations for 2014 honorific awards for scientific excellence are now closed for all awards except for the Nancy Millis Medal for Women in Science.
Honorific awards are generally open to any scientist normally resident in Australia, with some exceptions such as the Haddon Forrester King Medal. Please check the specific criteria for each award. Nominations may be made by anyone in the scientific community, with the exception of the Macfarlane Burnet or the Matthew Flinders Medals and Lectures for which nominations may only be made by Academy Fellows.
Criteria and nomination forms are available below under each individual award. Please also use the Guidelines for nominators when making a nomination. If a proposed candidate is already the recipient of an Academy honorific award, the second candidacy must be for a distinct, additional, body of work undertaken since the first award, and/or work in a different field.
All nominations will be acknowledged.
(up to 15 years post PhD)
- Anton Hales Medal (Earth sciences)
- Christopher Heyde Medal (mathematical sciences)
- Dorothy Hill Award (Earth sciences)
- Fenner Medal (biology – excluding biomedical sciences)
- Frederick White Prize (physical, terrestrial and planetary sciences)
- Gottschalk Medal (biomedical sciences)
- Le Fèvre Memorial Prize (chemistry)
- Moran Medal (statistical science)
- Nancy Millis Medal for Women in Science (any branch of the natural sciences) OPEN
- Pawsey Medal (physics)
- Ruth Stephens Gani Medal (human genetics including clinical, molecular, population and epidemiological genetics and cytogenetics)
- David Craig Medal (chemistry)
- Haddon Forrester King Medal, sponsored by Rio Tinto (mineral exploration)
- Hannan Medal (statistical science, pure mathematics, applied mathematics and computational mathematics)
- Ian Wark Medal and Lecture (applied science)
- Jaeger Medal (Australian Earth sciences)
- Mawson Medal and Lecture (Earth sciences)
- Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal (mathematics or physics)