2020 Materials Today Innovation Award Winner

Materials Today is delighted to announce that the 2020 Materials Today Innovation Award will be presented to Prof Michael Grätzel (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) for his ground-breaking work on solar energy conversion.

Please join us for the virtual presentation on Thursday 10th December 2020: click here to register, view local timings, and to save the invitation to your calendar.

In addition to the Awards, the live session will feature a plenary presentation from Prof Michael Grätzel, as well as invited presentations from the winners of the 2020 Materials Today Rising Star Awards. The winners of  the 2020 Materials Today Rising Star Awards in the fields of Quantum Materials, Energy Conversion, Energy Storage, Biomaterials will be announced live during the session.

The Materials Today Innovation Award recognizes “monumental” work, which has opened a new, significant field of research and resulted in impactful, practical applications. Previous winners include Nobel Laureatte Prof M Stanley Whittingham (Binghamton University) and Prof Russell Dupuis (Georgia Tech) for their work on Li-ion batteries and MO-CVD respectively.

The Materials Today Rising Star Awards are presented to candidates within 15 years of completing their PhD who have demonstrated themselves to be the most exceptionally capable researchers with the potential to become future leaders in the field.

Visit this link to register and join us virtually, on Thursday 10th December 2020 to hear from the award winners, including Prof Michael Grätzel, and the Materials Today Editorial team.