The is inviting nominations for its Dreyfus Prize in the Chemical Sciences.
The prize is awarded to an individual in a selected area of chemistry who has done exceptional and original research that has advanced the field in a major way. The prize is awarded biennially and consists of a monetary award of $250,000, a medal, and a certificate.
The research topic for 2019 is Chemistry in Support of Human Health.
The Dreyfus Prize is open to international nominations, and there is no restriction on the number of nominees from a given institution, nor is institutional approval required. Any person may nominate a candidate for the prize, but self-nominations are not accepted.
See the Dreyfus Foundation website for program guidelines, nominations procedures, and information about winners from previous years.