The Furness Prize for Science Communication 2016

We are looking for a pathology trainee who has contributed significantly to science communication over a sustained period of time, including some activity in 2016. This person might have developed resources for teachers and students, organised outreach workshops, produced high quality public dialogue events, worked with other organisations such as museums or charities, evaluated their activities and encouraged colleagues to take part in science communication activities. An evidence-based evaluation of the effectiveness of the event(s) will usually be expected.

This prize was created to:

  • cultivate awareness amongst pathology trainees about the importance of public engagement 
  • reward and recognise trainees who have undertaken sustained high-quality science communication activities.

How to apply 

Candidates may nominate themselves or be nominated by a colleague who is familiar with their work (the candidate must give explicit consent for nomination). 

All nominations should be made by downloading and completing the nomination form.

The Prize

The winner will be awarded £200 for displaying superior excellence in their science communication activities and are judged by the panel to meet the selection criteria.

The winner will write an article about their work which will be published in The Bulletin.


The deadline for nominations has now passed.

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