The RMS Medal Series awards scientific achievements in each of the Science Sections as well as awarding the unsung heroes and those who volunteer a huge amount of their time and energy to the RMS, helping the next generation of microscopists.
The next set of Medals will be awarded in 2017 and nominations are now invited for the following:
President's Medal for Services to the Society
The RMS President’s Medal is awarded for an exceptional voluntary contribution to the work of the RMS.
Vice-Presidents' Medal for Microscopy Research & Laboratory Support
The Vice-Presidents' Medal recognises the 'unsung heroes' of microscopy by making an award to an engineer, technician or laboratory research support scientist.
Alan Agar Medal for Electron Microscopy
The aim of the award is to celebrate and mark outstanding scientific achievements applying electron microscopy in the field of physical or life sciences.
Medal for Light Microscopy
The aim of the award is to celebrate and mark outstanding scientific achievements applying or developing new forms of light microscopy.
Medal for Life Sciences
The aim of the award is to celebrate and mark outstanding scientific achievements applying microscopy in the field of cell biology.
Medal for Innovation in Applied Microscopy for Materials Science
The aim of the award is to celebrate and mark outstanding scientific achievements in applying microscopy in the field of materials.
Medal for Scanning Probe Microscopy
This award celebrates outstanding progress made in the field of scanning probe microscopy (SPM)
The Pearse Prize is awarded to a scientist who has made a valuable contribution either to the development of a new technique or through the application of existing methods.
Make a Nomination
Nominations should be made to Debbie Hunt at the RMS, in the form of a CV and cover letter by 30 April 2016.