Nominate a Young Tall Poppy
The YTP awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of Australian scientists.
Nominations open 22nd February 2024.
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AIPS acknowledges the generous support funding provided by the Commonwealth Government through a grant in aid.
Our Tall Poppy Campaign aims to celebrate excellence in science and encourage interest and engagement with science.
Would you like a Tall Poppy Scientist to visit your school, library or community organisation?
Our inspirational Tall Poppies have conducted many successful outreach engagements both in person and online.
Search for a Tall Poppy using keywords and connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to assist.
Please note that all of our Tall Poppy alumni are full-time scientists and may not be available to assist with all requests.
Nominate a Next Generation Florey Medalist
The AIPS Florey Next Generation Award (formerly CSL Florey Next Generation) is a new award conferred to a current PhD candidate who has demonstrated outstanding capability, creativity and potential in the biomedical sciences and/or health and medical research. This award was developed from the earlier CSL Young Florey Medal.
The AIPS Florey Next Generation Award includes a $20,000 prize, and two runner-up prizes of $2,500 each.
2024 AIPS Florey Next Generation applications will open in mid-May 2024 and close two months later.