ISPR Awards


ISPR members are invited to nominate candidates, with a letter of support for the following ISPR Awards:

  • The Robin Hill Award
    This award was initiated in 1998 by the Society to honor the contributions of Robin Hill to photosynthesis research. It is a monetary award made for outstanding investigations into physical aspects of the photosynthetic process to a scientist who is under 40 years of age on January 1st of the year of the presentation, or is less than 10 years from the granting of the doctoral degree. It is accompanied by a small gratuity, sponsored by Springer.
  • The Melvin Calvin-Andrew Benson Award
    This award was initiated in 1998 by the Society to honor the contributions of Melvin Calvin and Andrew Benson to photosynthesis research. It is a monetary award made for outstanding investigations into metabolic and cellular aspects of the photosynthetic process to a scientist who is under 40 years of age on January 1st of the year of the presentation, or is less than 10 years from the granting of the doctoral degree. It is accompanied by a small gratuity, sponsored by Springer.
  • The ISPR Lifetime Achievement Award
    This award was initiated in 2003 by the Society to recognize exceptional career-long contributions to understanding the process of photosynthesis. This award confers life membership in the ISPR, and recognizes meritorious work in photosynthesis research to an individual who is at least 60 years old. It confers life-membership of ISPR.
  • The ISPR Communication Award
    This award was initiated in 2003 by the Society to recognize important service in communication and outreach to the general public on topics pertaining to photosynthesis. It confers life-membership of ISPR.
  • The ISPR Innovation Award
    This award will be made for the first time at PS07 in Glasgow. Recognising the potential for insights from photosynthesis to contribute to progress in fields ranging from solar energy to global climate change, ISPR wishes to encourage its members to explore innovative practical applications of their results. The Award will recognise outstanding achievement in the transfer of photosynthesis research to the benefit of society at large, enhancing the visibility of the discipline in the process. It is accompanied by a small gratuity, sponsored by LI-COR Biosciences.

To make a nomination, please login to the members section and complete the form on the ISPR Award Nominations page.

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