7 February 2012
The University invites research staff to submit entries for the Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award 2012.
The Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award acknowledges and rewards the most innovative and successful examples of research impact. The inaugural award in 2011 was won by Professor Marianne Thoresen for her work in Neonatal Neuroscience.
Researchers can apply as individuals or as teams. Two awards will be made this year to individuals or groups showing outstanding innovation in creating economic and/or social impact from their research. There will be a winner's prize of £1500, and a runner-up prize of £500
Further information, including the entry and judging criteria, and the entry form, can be found on the Research, Enterprise and Development (RED) website.
The deadline for this year's Award is 5pm on Thursday 5 April.
For more information about the Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award please contact John Halliwell in RED.