Kohn Award

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The Royal Society Kohn Award is an award given by the Royal Society since 2005 to beginning scientists who have achieved significant cultural impact through broadcasting or public speech. It is funded by the Kohn Foundation (set up by Ralph Kohn) and consists of a grant for £7,500 for science communication activities and a gift of £2,500.[1]

Past winners[edit]


  1. ^ "Royal Society Kohn Award". Royal Society. Retrieved 2012-10-17.