Nominations for the following awards have now closed.
- Copley Medal
Given for an outstanding achievement in any field of the biological sciences.
- Royal Medal
Given for an important discovery in the biological sciences.
- Croonian Lecture
Awarded to a scientist to give a lecture in their field of the biological sciences.
- Darwin Medal
Given for an important discovery in evolution, population biology, organismal biology or biological diversity.
- Francis Crick Lecture
Awarded to a scientist to give a lecture in the field of genetics, molecular biology or neurobiology.
- Leeuwenhoek Lecture
Awarded to a scientist to give a lecture in the field of microbiology, bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology, or microscopy.
- Royal Medal
Given for an important discovery in the interdisciplinary sciences.
- Kavli Medal and Lecture
Awarded to a scientist to give a lecture in a field related to the environment or energy.
Promoting women in science
History, philosophy and social function of science
- Wilkins-Bernal-Medawar Lecture
Awarded to give a lecture in a field of the history of science, the philosophy of science or the social function of science.
Science and mathematics education
Science and national prosperity
Science in Africa
Medals, awards and prize lectures may not be made to any of the following at the time when Council decides who shall be the recipient:
- Members of the Council of the Royal Society.
- Any person on the selection committee of the relevant award at the time when the Committee makes its recommendations to Council.
- Other exclusions for specific awards, are listed on their web page.
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