Henry E Armstrong Memorial Lecture

Established 1943

Henry Armstrong, the Society's first Messel Medallist, was a visionary, a pioneer, and a highly respected SCI member. His influence and progressive approach helped shape changing attitudes towards chemistry and contributed to the growth of chemistry's industrial application. More details.

Award Information

Lecture Details

2021: The winner receives £1000 along with a medal and certificate. The 2021 Beilby Medal and Prize is being administered by the RSC and details about the lecture will be published in due course.

2020: Professor Xuan was presented with his prize at the Beilby Medal and Lecture 2020 event on 2 December, where he also gave a talk entitled ‘Tailoring Future Renewable Fuel Systems for Net Zero UK’.

Nominations

The Medals Committee of the SCI America Executive Committee. Nominees should not include active officers or Executive Committee members of the Section. Nominees not selected for the award in any given year may continue to be considered for two years after the original nomination.

Eligibility Criteria

    Background
    • Authority in a field of process engineering
    Career Stage
    • TBC
    Areas
    • TBC
    • TBC
    • TBC

Timetable

Nominations open TBC
Nominations close TBC

Additional Information

Beilby Medal and Prize flyer 2017
Code of Ethics for Members

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