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Ramsay Fellowship

The Ramsay Memorial Fellowships were instituted in 1920 as a memorial to Sir William Ramsay (1852-1916). The Fellowships are offered to postdoctoral chemists who already have some postdoctoral experience of research but who are in the early stages of their career, so that they may initiate a programme of original and independent research.

Sir William Ramsay was a Professor of Inorganic and General Chemistry at UCL from 1887-1913 and Britain's very first recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, in 1904, for his discovery of the noble gases. He was also SCI President from 1903 to 1904.

Where: Varies

When: Varies

Length: Varies

Eligibility:

Background

  • University Graduates with distinction in chemical sciences
  • Postdoctoral chemists with some postdoctoral experience of research
  • Candidates who may initiate a programme of original and independent research
  • Applicants from under-represented groups are particularly welcome
  • Fellowships are usually tenable at a university or other place of academic research within the United Kingdom

Career Stage

  • Postdoctoral candidates
  • PhD thesis must be submitted by 31 Dec, following the deadline for receipt of applications
  • Candidates in the early stages of their career

Areas

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • General Chemistry

Applications Due: Annually on November 15. Apply here!