We are pleased to announce this year's winner, Dr Ryan Edginton from University of Exeter

This prize is for people at the start of their journey with physics and physics-themed careers. We encourage all to apply for this and our ambition with this award is to support and encourage excellent communication and inspired engagement with physics themes.

As a special interest, member-driven group, the Physics Communicators Group promotes physics with networking, activities and public engagement. We aim to bring the physics communicators community together by supporting and promoting communication activities, sharing good communication practice, and offer opportunities to share information and resources.

Everyone’s engagement with physics is different, and those who work in physics communication are a diverse and broad range of people. We want to promote the sharing of best practice and celebrate the successes of our early career communicators. In up to 1500 words, tell us what you think good physics communication is all about and your own communication success and achievements. We want to hear about your exploration of physics so far and how it has changed you or those around you.

The winner of the award will be announced in early April, and will present an award lecture online on 25 April 2024. Finalists will be given honorary mentions and all entrants are invited to attend.

Organised by the IOP Physics Communicators Group 

Key Dates:
Deadline for submissions - Friday 22nd March
Winner contacted by Friday 5th April
Award lecture - Thursday 25th April 

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