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IAG Young Scientist Award for 2022
Extension of deadline for nominations

The International Association of Geoanalysts (IAG) invites applications for the IAG Young Scientist Award 2022.
Our Young Scientist Award is offered for research by a young scientist that closely reflects the goals of our Association.
The award aims to promote scientists in the early stages of their career. The young scientist should have either developed innovative analytical methods or provided new strategies to improve data quality as applied to the chemical analysis of geological or environmental materials.

The award consists of an 18-month membership of the IAG and a cash prize of $1000 US. The awardee will be expected to present her/his work at the 2022 Goldschmidt conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA where the award ceremony takes place. The registration fee for this conference will be paid as part of this award.

Eligibility is limited to scientists who are currently pursuing a higher degree in a field related to geoanalysis or who have completed their university education within the past three years. The award is based upon first-authored peer-reviewed papers published in an international journal. The candidate must be nominated by a senior scientist from the geosciences community.

Further details and a nomination form can be downloaded from http://www.geoanalyst.org/young-scientist-award/.
Nominations must be received by 30 November 2021 (extended deadline).

On behalf of the IAG council
Martin Rosner

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