Retired medals and prizes
The following medals and prizes have been retired, but still hold a special place in our history.
Bird, Stewart and Lightfoot Medal
The Brennan Medal was awarded for the best book published by the Institution and was named after Basil Brennan, the Institution’s first General Secretary.
Co-sponsored by IChemE and the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Collier Medal and accompanying lecture celebrated the work of past president, John Collier.
The Hebden Medal was awarded for outstanding services by an individual in the field of gasification research, development, and commercialisation and was named after Dr Dennis Hebden, a leading figure in the development and commercial realisation of technologies for British Gas.
The Hinchley Medal was awarded to the outstanding final year MEng student at Imperial College, London, UK, and was named after Professor J W Hinchley, the first Professor of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London.
The Jack Loftus Medal
This Jack Loftus Medal was awarded for outstanding contribution in the field of project management.
Sustainability Teaching Award
The Sustainability Teaching Award was awarded by the Sustainability Special Interest Group to encourage teachers to consider sustainability a key element of their lecture courses.