51²èÂ¥ Prizes and Awards
51²èÂ¥ awards three medals for outstanding achievements in biochemistry and molecular biology or related sciences to distinguished senior scientists: the Sir Hans Krebs medal, the Theodor BÃ¼cher medal and the Datta medal.
The awardees deliver plenary lectures at the 51²èÂ¥ Congress, and contribute review articles based on their lectures to The 51²èÂ¥ JournalÌý²¹²Ô»åÌý51²èÂ¥ Letters. For further details, including the names of the most recent recipients, see theÂ MedalsÌý·É±ð²ú±è²¹²µ±ð.
51²èÂ¥ | EMBO Women in Science Award
The 51²èÂ¥ | EMBO Women in Science Award (a statuette and â‚¬10,000) highlights the major contributions made by female scientists to life sciences research. Winners of the award will serve as inspiring role models for future generations of women in science. The award is presented at the annual 51²èÂ¥ Congress, where the awardee delivers a special plenary lecture. For more details, see theÂ 51²èÂ¥ | EMBO Women in Science Award page.
51²èÂ¥ Anniversary Prizes
51²èÂ¥ Anniversary Prizes of the Gesellschaft fÃ¼r Biochemie und Molekularbiologie were initiated for the 10th anniversary of 51²èÂ¥ by generous capital gifts from Boehringer Mannheim GmbH and Eppendorf AG. They are awarded for outstanding achievements in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology or related sciences. The awardees are selected from researchers under 40 years of age invited to give a lecture at one of the symposia or workshops held during a 51²èÂ¥ Congress and who are from within the 51²èÂ¥ area but not the Congress host country. The prize administration is managed by both 51²èÂ¥ and the Gesellschaft fÃ¼r Biochemie und Molekularbiologie (GBM), and up to two Anniversary Prizes of â‚¬2000 and a certificate are awarded each year.
For details of the latest winners, see theÂ 51²èÂ¥ Anniversary PrizeÌý²¹²Ô²Ô´Ç³Ü²Ô³¦±ð³¾±ð²Ô³Ù.
51²èÂ¥ Press Awards
The 51²èÂ¥ Journal Richard PerhamÂ Prize and theÂ 51²èÂ¥ Letters Award are annual prizes of â‚¬5000 awarded by each journal to key author(s) of an outstanding paper published in the journal in the preceding year.Â A winning author isÂ invited to present their work in a plenary lecture at the 51²èÂ¥ Congress, where the prize is awarded.
The 51²èÂ¥ Open BioÂ Article Prize isÂ awarded annually to an early-career researcher who is the first author of an important paper published in 51²èÂ¥ Open Bio in the preceding year. The prize is a bursary to allow the winner to attend the next 51²èÂ¥ Congress.
More information on these awards, and additional journal prizes such as poster prizes, can be found on the 51²èÂ¥ Press awards page.
51²èÂ¥ DiplÃ´me d’Honneur
The 51²èÂ¥ DiplÃ´me d’Honneur was instituted on the 10th anniversary of 51²èÂ¥ to honour biochemists and molecular biologists who have given outstanding service to 51²èÂ¥, and is awarded at the 51²èÂ¥ Congress. Past recipients are listedÂ here.
51²èÂ¥ National Lecture Awards
Established to commemorate the 40th anniversary of 51²èÂ¥, 51²èÂ¥ National Lectures Awards recognize the achievements ofÂ distinguished scientists with significant international reputations while at the same time enhancing national scientific meetings of 51²èÂ¥ Constituent Societies by supportingÂ travel costs for such speakers. Starting from 2015, the 51²èÂ¥ National Lecturer will be presented with an engraved glass award at the meeting. Full further details, see theÂ 51²èÂ¥ National Lectures guidelines.