Awarded for exceptional contribution to mechanical engineering and related science, technology and invention. Achievement will be best demonstrated by way of a recent product or research project, or experimental work, from either an industrial or academic source in any geographical location over a typical period (circa 5 years).
How to apply
Download and submit the nomination form below and any other supporting documents by 31 March 2017 to:
IMechE Prizes and Awards Department
Bury St Edmunds
Up to £10,000.00 plus certificate. Ideally the James Clayton Prize should be split up as appropriate, (i.e. £2,500 x 4 + certificates).
The award is open to all Institution Members of all grades. Candidates are permitted to nominate themselves.
2016's James Clayton Prize winner, Anne Neville.
2014's James Clayton Prize winner, Andy Cowell
Find out more about past James Clayton prize winners.
Nominations are considered by the Trustee Board Awards Committee in May and recommendations for awards are forwarded to the Trustee Board for approval in June. Successful recipients are notified by the President at the end of June and invited with a guest of their choice to a celebration of their success in London in the Autumn.
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