RMS Medal Series 2018 Winners Announced
After a difficult decision-making process, the RMS is proud to announce the winners for 2018, spanning all microscopy techniques and applications.
A new series of Medals was launched by Royal Microscopical Society in 2014 to coincide with its 175th anniversary. The series is designed to recognise and celebrate individuals who make outstanding contributions to the field of microscopy across both the life and physical sciences.
RMS Alan Agar Medal for Electron Microscopy
for outstanding scientific achievements applying electron microscopy in the field of physical or life sciences
Dr Wanda Kukulski, MRC LMB, Cambridge
RMS Medal for Light Microscopy
for outstanding scientific achievements applying or developing new forms of light microscopy
Dr Sulianna Manley, EPFL, Switzerland
RMS Medal for Innovation in Applied Microscopy for Engineering and Physical Sciences
for outstanding scientific achievements in applying microscopy in the fields of engineering and physical sciences
Dr Caterina Ducati, DMSM, Cambridge
RMS Medal for Life Sciences
for outstanding scientific achievements applying microscopy in the field of cell biology
Dr Cristina Lo Celso, Imperial College London
RMS Medal for Scanning Probe Microscopy
for outstanding progress made in the field of scanning probe microscopy
Dr Cyrus F. Hirjibehedin, University College London
Find out more about the medal winners here.