Special Interest Groups
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide multidisciplinary networks for the exchange of ideas and information, steer IChemE's technical positioning on the challenges facing modern society, and forge links with partners across the scientific and engineering communities.
The medals were created and led by their relevant groups. They recognise outstanding articles, design projects, teaching, and individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to their field. View the medals and prize winners for 2021.
Clean Energy Medal
Awarded by the Clean Energy SIG in recognition of an individuals outstanding service in the field of Clean Energy, including but not limited to mitigation of climate change, reduction of pollutant emission and reducing utilisation of non-renewable feedstocks. Find out more about the Clean Energy Medal and how to nominate.
Awarded by the Biochemical Engineering Special Interest Group, the Donald Medal recognises an individual for outstanding service in biochemical engineering. Find out more about the Donald Medal and how to nominate.
Awarded by the Safety & Loss Prevention Special Interest Group, the Franklin Medal recognises an individual for their outstanding service in the fields of occupational health, safety, loss prevention and care for the environment. Find out more about the Franklin Medal and how to nominate.
Awarded by the Safety & Loss Prevention Special Interest Group, the Lees Medal is awarded to the author, or authors, of the best article on the topic of safety and loss prevention in an IChemE publication. Find out more about the Lees Medal and how to nominate.
Awarded by the Sustainability Special Interest Group, the Macnab-Lacey Prize is awarded to the undergraduate student design project team whose design project submission best shows how chemical engineering practice can contribute to a more sustainable world. Find out more about the Macnab-Lacey Prize and how to nominate.
Sustainability Teaching Award
Awarded by the Sustainability and Education Special Interest Groups, the award recognises the outstanding contribution of an individual, or individuals, in the teaching of sustainability to the next generation of chemical engineers. Find out more about the Sustainability Teaching Award and how to nominate.