Reference numberCMB/393
TitleBrian Mercer Innovation Awards Committee Minutes
CreatorThe Royal Society
Date12 April 2001-2015
DescriptionThe Brian Mercer Awards comprise two distinct types of award as well as a prize. The Brian Mercer Award for Innovation funds the development of an already proven concept or prototype through to the creation of a near-market product for commercial exploitation. The Brian Mercer Award Feasibility Award enables the technical and economic feasibility of commercialising an aspect of scientific research to be explored. The remit of the awards is in the topic areas of the built environment, energy and clean techonology and nanoscience/nanotechnology. In addition, one Brian Mercer Feasibility Award annually is in the area of electrotechnology.

Meetings held:
12 April 2001
25 June 2001
28 March 2002
17 March 2003
19 May 2003
6 April 2004
3 June 2004
15 March 2005
July 2014
July 2015
Access statusClosed
Access conditionsRoyal Society administrative records are subject to 30 year closure period
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