MacRobert Award - UK's longest-running and most prestigious national prize for engineering innovation

Supported by the Worshipful Company of Engineers 

Winner:

  • Owlstone Medical for its ReCIVA Breath Sampler, the first device capable of capturing breath samples for analysis in a robust and reproducible way.

Press release: Breath Biopsy platform scoops the UK’s most prestigious award for engineering innovation

Finalists:

Press release: Innovations in healthcare, space and energy go head-to-head for top UK engineering prize worth £50,000


Silver Medals - outstanding personal contribution to UK engineering by an early to mid-career engineer resulting in market exploitation
  • Dr Jade Alglave for her development of novel techniques to model the behaviour of multiprocessors, helping to overcome the difficulty of finding bugs in concurrent programmes
  • Dr Iain Scott awarded for his contribution to Leonardo’s Vixen-E family of Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) airborne radars
  • Professor Chris Sutcliffe for the development of bone-integrating 3D printed metal implants 

Press release: Engineering stars win Academy Silver Medals


Prince Philip Medal - for exceptional contributions to engineering through practice, management or education
  • Lucien Bronicki for his outstanding work in developing new technologies to harness the earth’s geothermal power

Press release: Prince Philip Medal awarded to geothermal energy pioneer


Major Project Award - for a team that has played a critical role in a major engineering project that has had a substantial impact on society
  • The Ordsall Chord in recognition of the collaboration, skill and engineering flair necessary to deliver such a complex, multidisciplinary feat of railway engineering.

Press release: Manchester’s Ordsall Chord recognised with Academy’s Major Project Award


RAEng Engineers Trust Young Engineer of the Year - a £3,000 prize for early career UK engineers

Supported by the Worshipful Company of Engineers 

The overall winner, Khouloud El Hakim, also receives the Sir George Macfarlane Medal

Press release: Five young engineers win top Academy Awards


RAEng ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs Award - presented to a recent UK engineering graduate who shows considerable entrepreneurial promise
  • Jack Pearson, CEO of EngX.

More information: EngX