The UK's Royal Academy of Engineering has called for nominations for a number of awards.
The Royal Academy of Engineering has called for nominations for the following prizes:
The Prince Philip Medal- The Prince Philip Medal is awarded biennially to an engineer of any nationality who has made an exceptional contribution to engineering as a whole through practice, management or education.
The Silver Medal- The Silver Medal recognises an outstanding and demonstrated personal contribution to British engineering, which is resulting in successful market exploitation, by an engineer working in the United Kingdom, with less than 22 years in full time employment or equivalent on 1 January in year of award. Up to four medals are awarded annually.
The Sir Frank Whittle Medal- Named after Air Commodore Sir Frank Whittle OM KBE FREng FRS HonFRAeS, father of the jet propulsion engine, this medal is awarded to an engineer, normally resident in the UK, for outstanding and sustained achievement which has contributed to the well-being of the nation. The field of activity in which the Medal is presented changes annually.This year the theme is Engineering Innovations in Sports Performance Engineering focusing on specialist equipment manufacture and instrumentation, and performance analysis.
Visit the Royal Academy of Engineering website to fill in a nomination form