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Nominations for 2014 AkzoNobel UK Science Award called for -

The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched the nomination process for the 2014 AkzoNobel UK Science Award. The recipient will receive an award of £50,000.

To be presented in March 2014, this prestigious UK science award recognises the vital role that scientists play in advancing chemistry and material sciences research, with proven or potential significant benefits for society.

Royal Society of Chemistry President Professor Lesley Yellowlees is chair of the prize selection committee.

According to Graeme Armstrong, AkzoNobel's Corporate Director of Research, Development and Innovation, AkzoNobel is providing the scientific scope, nomination guidelines and funding for the award programme, while the RSC is independently managing the nomination process and selection of the recipient to establish integrity for the award.

Nominations for the 2014 AkzoNobel UK Science Award are being sought online via the RSC website (closing date October 15, 2013). The award recipient will be announced in March 2014, and honoured during a special event at the RSC's Chemistry Centre in Burlington House, London.

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