Scientific prize nominations
For a major national or international scientific prize and/or award nomination to be successful, universities and research institutes must first have the appropriate candidate to nominate.
Once the right candidate is identified, a powerful and convincing nomination that addresses all judging requirements and criteria needs to be written.
The nomination must be clear honest and accurate, presenting the track record, achievements and recognition of the nominee in an optimally professional and positive manner.
We specialise in writing (and reviewing) successful nominations with our unique approach of strategically delving into the finer details of nominees' scientific achievements, track record, recognition and leadership qualities.
When reviewing nomination drafts that have already been written, we offer:
- Critical review and feedback (where needed).
- Strategic analysis (identification of potential weaknesses/advice on how potentially to remedy them).
- Substantive editing (consistency, flow, clarity, tone of voice).