The Tall Poppy Campaign was created in 1998 by the Australian Institute of Policy and Science (AIPS) to recognise and celebrate Australian intellectual and scientific excellence and to encourage younger Australians to follow in the footsteps of our outstanding achievers.
The Tall Poppy Campaign currently recognises the achievements of Australian scientists through the prestigious annual Young Tall Poppy Science Awards and the biennial CSL Florey Medal.
The Campaign’s Tall Poppies Reaching Students Program engages the winners of Young Tall Poppy Science Awards (‘Tall Poppies’) in activities to promote study and careers in science among school students and teachers as well as an understanding and appreciation of science in the broader community.
Nominations for the Tall Poppy Campaign are open
Selection criteria include outstanding research / academic achievement as well as excellence in communication and community engagement to promote an understanding of science.
Nominations are now accepted from applicants up to 10 years post PhD completion.
Nominations close 10 April 2019
An information session on the Tall Poppy Awards will be presented at Waite, 10am – 10:30am on Thursday 4 April in the PRC Auditorium.