Materials World Medal

For the best feature or review published during the year within the Institute's member magazines.

Materials World Medal

The Materials World Medal is presented for the best feature or review published during the year in the Institute's magazines (Materials World or Clay Technology).

The winner will receive a medal and £450.00

Award judging

Nominations for the Materials World Medal are judged by the IOM3 Awards Committee.

Past winners

2020
Biomaterials improve lives. Period. - Jaydeep Mandal

2019
Sulphur gets flexible for plastic production - Joseph Bear

2018 (joint)
Dr Anita Parbhakar-Fox
Matt Buckley

2017
The future of steel: Time to wake up - Julian Allwood

2016
'A Quiet Revolution': Lies, damned lies and nuclear power - Fred Starr

2015
A National Health Disservice? - Prof Roger Feneley 

2014
Microbe Miners - Guy Richards 

2013 (joint)
How Safe is that Nuclear Reactor - Prof George Smith,
Cracking under pressure - Dr Emile S Greenhalgh

2012
The Sky's The Limit - Guy Richards

2010
Barrels in the wood - Craig Durham 

2009
Automotive advances - J Kell & S Birch

2008
Firing on all cylinders - T Peijs, M Reece, F Inam, H Yan, R Zhang & D Hua

2007
Healing the rift - D Farrar

 

 

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