Other Awards involving IOM3

Awards from other bodies involving IOM3

The Institute supports and facilitates awards from other bodies. The selection process for these awards is administered by other organisations.

Beilby Medal & Prize

The Beilby Medal and Prize is sustained by a Trust Fund commemorating Sir George Beilby FRS who was President of The Society of Chemical Industry from 1898-99, The Institute of Chemistry from 1902-12 and The Institute of Metals from 1916-18, and founding chairman of the Fuel Research Board. The award is administered in rotation by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI).

The 2019 Award was administered by IOM3. The 2021 award is being administered by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

The Beilby Medal and Prize is awarded annually to a scientist or engineer to recognise substantial work of exceptional practical significance in applied materials science, chemical engineering, energy efficiency or a related field. Preference is given to candidates in the early stages of their career.

The award is open to members of IOM3, RSC and SCI and non-members based in the UK or overseas.

2021/2022 Local Society Grants

 2021/22 Local Society grants

Local Society Grants

IOM3 Affiliated Local Societies can apply for a grant.


FEMS Awards

FEMS Awards

Institute members can submit a nomination for the following FEMS Prestigious Awards:

FEMS European Materials Medal in recognition of outstanding contributions to the fiels of Materials Science and Engineering.

FEMS Materials Science & Technology Prize to young European materials scientists or engineers in recognition of a significant contribution to a field of Materials Science and Engineering.

FEMS Materials Innovation Medal for distinguished scientists or engineeris to recognise outstanding contributions to technological development and innocation based on exceptional contributions in materials science and engineering.


Charles Hatchett Award

Charles Hatchett Award

For the best paper on the science and technology of niobium and its alloys. Sponsored by Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineracao (CBMM) and is selected by the Charles Hatchett Award International Panel. For more information visit the Charles Hatchett Award website.