Nominations 2013

Nominations for the annual Young Tall Poppy Science Awards for 2013 are NOW CLOSED for all states.

Uniquely, these awards recognise excellence in early career research across all the sciences including mathematics, alongside a passion and capacity to communicate science to the community.

Nominations are to be submitted electronically via the link below. Please remember to have a copy of all entered data or print a copy of the finished pdf before submitting, in case of any web or email problems.

2013 Nomination Form here in PDF format

See below for Selection and Nomination criteria

  • Submitting a nomination

    Thank you for your interest in nominating, and we look forward to your nomination in 2013. In 2013 a nomination … Read More »

  • Selection Criteria

      Read here about the details on selection criteria for the 2013 awards. 1. Excellence in research achievement in the … Read More »

  • Eligibility Criteria

    The 2013 awards are open to residents of the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, … Read More »

  • Nomination Requirements

    Nominators of individuals for the Awards should hold a senior research (or executive) position and be from a similar or … Read More »

  • Selection Procedure

    Nominations will be judged by a selection committee in each state or territory according to consistent national guidelines. The Chair … Read More »

  • Winners’ obligations

    Recipients of the Young Tall Poppy Science Awards (Young Tall Poppies) will become science ambassadors and must, as a condition … Read More »

  • Prizes

    A number of Young Tall Poppies are selected in each state and territory, and from amongst them a Young Tall … Read More »

  • Outcomes and benefits

    Winning a Young Tall Poppy Science award carries benefits in addition to the certificate/trophy and potential prize: Prestige and peer … Read More »

  • 2013 Awards ceremonies

    We aim to reach as broad an audience as possible in announcing our awards, to ensure recipients gain peer recognition … Read More »