Nicholas Kurti Science Prize for Europe
Closing Date: 04/04/2022
Award to promote and recognise novel work of postdoctoral researchers working in the fields of low temperatures and/or high magnetic fields in Europe.
Oxford Instruments NanoScience is a private company specialising in the supply of superconducting magnets and low temperature cryogenic systems. It was founded in 1959 as the first commercial spin-out from Oxford University. The company supports innovation through a number of research awards with a focus on early career researchers.
The Nicholas Kurti Science Prize for Europe was established in 2005. It is designed to promote and recognise innovative work by researchers in the early stages of their career. The thematic focus of the award is on research in the field of low temperatures and/or high magnetic fields.
|Funding body||Oxford Instruments plc|
|Category||Engineering and Physical Sciences|
|Fund or call||Fund|