Awards, Grants and Bursaries
The Geological Society of London has been awarding medals for significant achievement in the Earth sciences since 1831, when its Senior Medal, the Wollaston, was first awarded to William Smith.
The Society now grants a large range of awards, including medals and funds, every year. Our Awards page has a list of these, along with the citations and replies from award winners since 2001.
Nominations are now open for the Society's Awards for 2015. The closing date is Wednesday 1 October.
A number of research funds are awarded each year in support of geoscientific projects.
Find out how to apply for research funds and download the regulations and guidelines.
The Research funds scheme has recently been broadened to include support for undergraduate field mapping projects which until now have been ineligible for support.
The Fermor Fund
A number of grants from the Fermor Fund were awarded in 2012. See the projects that were supported.