James Prize in Science and Technology Integration
Jonathan Lunine Cornell University
The James Prize in Science and Technology Integration honors outstanding contributions made by researchers who are able to adopt or adapt information or techniques from outside their fields, and thus integrate knowledge from two or more disciplines (e.g., engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, biomedicine, geosciences, astronomy, or computational sciences) to solve a major contemporary challenge not addressable from a single disciplinary perspective. The prize was established in 2020 by Robert James and is presented with a $50,000 award. Preference will be given to early-career scientists and those whose work hasn’t been recognized by other large prizes or awards. Additional information, including past recipients, eligibility requirements, and more, can be found on the National Academy of Sciences website.
All nominations must be submitted online at https://awards-nasonline.secure-platform.com/a/organizations/main/home. Unless otherwise stated, the following materials must be submitted:
- A letter from the nominator describing the candidate's work and why he or she should be selected for the award. No more than 3 pages.
- Curriculum vitae. No more than 2 pages (similar to CVs included with NSF proposals).
- Bibliography listing no more than 12 of the nominee's most significant publications.
- Suggested citation. A 50-word summary stating why the nominee should be considered for this award.
- Letters of support. Support letters must be written by individuals from institutions outside both the nominator's and the nominee’s institution. Two letters of support are required; up to 3 letters of support are accepted.
Nominations will be accepted through Monday, 3 October 2022.