BNA Green Neuroscience Prize – Open for nominations

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What is the Green Neuroscience prize?

The Green Neuroscience prize will be awarded for efforts by neuroscientists to make positive steps to reduce the environmental impact of their own research activities. These can include:

Who is eligible?

For this pilot year of the prize, nominations are invited from any UK-based individual or team (where the lead member is based in the UK).

Any BNA member can make a nomination for the prize:

What’s included in the prize?

In addition to receiving recognition of their outstanding contribution to Green Neuroscience, the prize winner will receive a £500 grant towards a future activity they organise to advance green neuroscience, and will be invited to talk about their work at a future BNA event. The winner will also have the opportunity to highlight their work within the BNA’s Journal, Brain and Neuroscience Advances.

How to apply

Nominations should be submitted via the online form (open for nominations from 1 Dec 2023). Nominations should include clear reasoning for why the nominee should be recognised for their work on reducing the carbon footprint of neuroscience research (max 4000 characters). The deadline for nominations is 31st January 2024.

Applications which do not meet the eligibility criteria will not be considered by the panel.


Posted on 23/01/2024