Closing date for these three Academy prizes will be
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Major Projects Award
The Royal Academy of Engineering Major Projects
Award (formerly the Special Achievement Award)
recognises the contribution of an engineer who
has led or played a critical role in a major
engineering project that has substantial impact
Sustained Achievement Award
The Medal is awarded to an engineer, normally resident in the UK, for outstanding and sustained achievement which has contributed to the well-being of the nation.
The field of activity changes annually. In 2012 the medal will be awarded for Engineering Innovations in Sports Performance Engineering focusing on specialist equipment manufacture and instrumentation, and performance analysis.
The Rooke Medal for the Public Promotion of Engineering
Awarded to an individual, small team or
organisation who has contributed to the
Academy's aims and work through their initiative
in promoting engineering to the public.
The Sir George Macfarlane Award
This Award recognises the potential of younger
UK engineers, who have demonstrated excellence
in the early stage of their career. This
excellence is marked by a quality of leadership
and/or technical and scientific attainment that
is clearly seen to be outstanding by their
employers and organisation.