Prizes & Awards
The University of Adelaide strongly supports and encourages our excellent researchers to nominate, and be nominated, for external Prizes, Awards, and Fellowships of the Learned Academies.
These prestigious measures of esteem strengthen track record, provide evidence of engagement & impact metrics, and support the University's Strategic Plan.
Research Services encourage researchers to participate by:
- disseminating information regarding upcoming opportunities;
- collating and publishing information on nomination & submission requirements; and
- providing support to compile nominations; including review and feedback for Selected Prizes, Awards, and Fellowships of the Learned Academies.
Over the past 25 years the Clunies Ross Awards (CRA) have recognised contributions by dedicated individuals to the application of technology for the benefit of Australia.
Recognises distinguished research in three categories: early-career scientists up to 10 years post PhD, mid-career scientists 8 to 15 years post PhD, and the prestigious career awards which are made to scientists for life-long achievement.
The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science are Australia’s most prestigious and highly regarded awards for outstanding achievements in scientific research, research-based innovation and excellence in science teaching.
The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes reward excellence in the fields of research & innovation, leadership, science engagement and school science.
These Awards recognise and reward outstanding scientific endeavour, including its application in industry and the advancement of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. Supported by the Government of South Australia.
The prestigious annual Young Tall Poppy Science Awards aim to recognise the achievements of Australia’s outstanding young scientific researchers and communicators.
The 2018 South Australian Scientist of the Year, went to Professor Hillis, Adjunct Professor at the Australian School of Petroleum, University of Adelaide.
Meet the University of Adelaide's Tall Poppies - Dr Lewis Mitchell, Dr Katharina Richter, Dr Cameron Shearer and Dr Benjamin Sparkes.
Associate Professor Richard Kelso and team have won the Malcolm Kinnaird Award at the (SA) Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA) 2018.