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EuroBIC MEDAL for YOUNGER SCIENTISTS

September 12, 2012
The EuroBIC medal is awarded biannually at the occasion of "European Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conferences" (EuroBICs). The medal will be given to a younger scientist in his/her early career, doing exciting research in the field of Bioinorganic Chemistry in a laboratory of a European country.
The person should have received the Ph.D. degree no longer than 15 years before the nomination deadline, and should not be fully established (chair, directorship etc.). The medalist is presenting a plenary lecture at the next EuroBIC conference, which will take place in Granada, Spain, from September 12 - 19, 2012 (http://eurobic11.com/).
Nominations are requested to be sent electronically to the present EuroBIC secretary, Prof. Bernhard Lippert (Bernhard.lippert@tu-dortmund.de) and should contain the following items: CV (maximum 2 pages), complete list of publications, copies (PDF format) of three most important publications, a statement of the nominator regarding the achievements of the nominated person (maximum 2 pages), and names and E-mail addresses of two additional scientists familiar with the work of the nominated scientist. Self-nominations are not possible. Deadline for nominations for the EuroBIC MEDAL 2012 is January 15, 2012. The selection committee consists of 7 members, namely 3 previous medal winners and 4 senior European Bioinorganic Chemists of different expertise and different nationalities. The EUROBIC secretary is in charge of organizing the selection process, but does not vote himself.
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