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This medal is awarded for impact in the field of science and mathematics education.
Professor Celia Hoyles and Sir Paul Nurse FRS.
The Kavli Education Medal is awarded biennially (in even years) for “an individual who has made a significant impact on science or mathematics education within the UK”. The receipient will be called upon to deliver a lecture either at a specialist scientific or educational meeting or for the general public as appropriate. The first award was made in 2010. The next Kavli Education Medal will be awarded in 2012 with the lecture probably taking place in January 2013.
The medal is of bronze gilt and is accompanied by a gift of £500.
Nominations for the Kavli Education Medal 2012 are now closed.
The recipient is chosen by the Council of the Royal Society on the recommendation of the Education Committee.
Professor Margaret Brown has been awarded the Kavli Education Medal for 2012 in recognition of her significant impact on mathematics education within the UK.
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