Interdisciplinary Prizes (RSC)

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The Interdisciplinary Prizes of the Royal Society of Chemistry recognize work at the interface between chemistry and other disciplines. Up to three prizes are awarded annually: Each winner receives £5000 and a medal, and completes a UK lecture tour. [1]

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Winners

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2018 Leroy Cronin, Judy Hirst, Barrie Wilkinson  [ Wikidata ] [3]
2017 Gregory L. Challis  [ Wikidata ], [4] Melinda Duer, [5] Fiona Meldrum [6]
2016 Jörg Feldmann  [ Wikidata ], [7] Peter Hore, Dek Woolfson [8]
2015 Elaine Holmes  [ Wikidata ], [9] Sarah L. Price, [10] Anthony Watts
2014 Steven Armes, Sabine Flitsch, [11] Richard D. Pancost  [ Wikidata ] [12]
2013 James Barber, [13] Jane Clarke
2012 Hagan Bayley
2011 Carol V. Robinson
2010 Alexei Kornyshev  [ Wikidata ], [14] Barry V. L. Potter [15]
2009 Tom Brown, Bonnie Ann Wallace  [ Wikidata ] [16]
2008no award
2007 David Klenerman, Jeremy Nicholson  [ Wikidata ] [17]
2006 John Goodby, David Lilley  [ Wikidata ] [18]
2005 Fraser Armstrong, Steven M. Howdle  [ Wikidata ], [19] R. White
2004 Douglas Kell, David Leigh
2003 Richard Evershed, Douglas W. Young  [ Wikidata ]
2002 Peter Bruce, Stephen Neidle  [ Wikidata ] [20]
2001 Stephen K. Chapman, [21] James Feast
2000 Martyn Poliakoff, Andrew J. Thomson  [ Wikidata ] [22]
1999 Chris Dobson, Stephen Mann, Christopher Viney
1998 Richard Catlow, [23] C T Evans
1997 Peter J. Sarre  [ Wikidata ], [24] R Duncan
1996P Gregory
1995 David Parker
1994 James Rankin Maxwell  [ Wikidata ]
1993 J. John Holbrook  [ Wikidata ]
1992 Martin R. Bryce  [ Wikidata ], [25] Dennis Chapman  [ Wikidata ]
1991 Richard Friend, Malcolm Stevens
1990 John A. Pyle
1989 Laurie J. King
1988 Brian J. Briscoe  [ Wikidata ]
1987 Laurance D. Hall  [ Wikidata ], [26] J E Harris
1986   Allen Hill, Michael Jarman

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