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BNA Green Neuroscience Prize (UK)

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The BNA Green Neuroscience Prize from the British Neuroscience Association (BNA) recognizes efforts by neuroscientists to make positive steps to reduce the environmental impact of their own research activities. These can include:

  • efforts relating to lowering  the carbon footprint within the nominee’s research projects, for example relating to key consumables used in the research (such as computing, liquid helium, laboratory equipment)
  • efforts within a nominee’s broader research activities to minimise their carbon footprint, such as maximising lower carbon options for meetings and travel linked to their research. 
  • efforts within their broader academic career relating to education and outreach, such as involvement in groups at their institution seeking to respond to the climate emergency, involvement in efforts to reduce an institution’s environmental impact, and efforts to raise awareness of the importance of urgent action responding to the climate emergency.

Any BNA member can make a nomination for the prize. The lead nominated researcher must be based in the UK. 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.

Nominations close on January 31, 2024.

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Full application due:
January 31, 2024

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