Nominations are now open for the Academy’s 2023 honorific awards, research conferences, research awards and travelling fellowships.
Each year, the Australian Academy of Science shines a light on researchers who have made outstanding contributions to science, and in progressing the advancement of science in Australia, by awarding our prestigious honorific awards.
The awards recognise remarkable achievements in research fields including Earth sciences, biology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, biomedicine and more.
The closing date for honorific award nominations is 1 May 2022.
The closing date to apply for research conferences, research awards and travelling fellowships is 1 June 2022.
Find out more about the Academy’s awards, including how to nominate or apply.
For further information on the 2023 award round, please download the awards fact sheet (PDF, 1.28MB).
Prizes in Mathematics, Life Sciences and Fundamental Physics.
Applications close 1 April 2022
Awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of research in biology of fishes – JP ¥10 million
Applications close 8 April 2022
TÜBA Academy Prizes are annually awarded to the nominated scientists in Basic and Engineering Sciences, and Health and Life Sciences – US $30,000.
More information on the TÜBA Academy Prizes
Applications close 15 April 2022
The awards were created to recognise and celebrate Australian intellectual and scientific excellence and to encourage younger Australians to follow in the footsteps of our outstanding achievers. Nominees must have graduated with their PhD between three and ten years of the nomination closing date.
Applications close 19 April 2022
The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Jian Zhou Medal is awarded annually to a rising star of Australian health and medical science who is making a significant impact in translational medical science, primarily working in Australia. The Medal is awarded at the Academy’s annual meeting each October and recipients receive financial support for their travel costs to enable them to attend.
Applications close 30 April 2022
Rewards an original work in chemistry, of benefit to mankind, society or nature – €35,000
Applications close 30 April 2022
The Physical Sciences Fund (PSF) is a competitive development and commercialisation program for technological innovations in NSW. The PSF is a $5 million fund that aims to deliver significant social, economic and environmental benefits to NSW by providing financial support for the development of new and innovative devices and systems within NSW, across the branches of the physical sciences and engineering, including physics, chemistry, astronomy and the earth sciences.
Applications close on 2 May 2022
The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes honour excellence across the areas of research & innovation, leadership, science engagement, and school science.
Applications close 7pm AEST 6 May 2022
Awarded to scientists living and working in the developing countries for outstanding scientific achievements in engineering sciences – US $100,000
Applications close 18 May 2022
The purpose of this international award is to recognise people all over the world who have distinguished themselves in the field of ecological science.
Applications close on 20 May 2022
Awarded to individual(s) or institutions(s) for their outstanding performance and/or research in medicine that contributes directly to the betterment of society. There will be one award in medicine and one in public health – US $100,000
Applications close on 31 May 2022
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