Last Updated: Aug. 17, 2016, 8:25 p.m.

PURPOSE OF THE AWARD:
Recipients of the award are specially recognized for significant innovative achievement or the implementation of new concepts, which display clear qualities of creativity, ingenuity and/or elegance, and embody an impressive accomplishment in the nuclear field in Canada.

AWARD DESCRIPTION:
The Innovative Achievement Award was established by the CNS in 1991. The recipient will be presented with an engraved brass plaque mounted on a wood panel.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
The nominee should have contributed a key concept to some aspect of nuclear science and technology, and contributed to the conceptual design, development or implementation phase of the concept, or a combination of these phases. The nomination letter should include a description of the particular innovative or impressive achievement for which the award is proposed, including a brief review of the nominee’s education and work experience. Supporting letters are required from at least two other individuals cognizant of the significance of the work.


Past recipients of the Innovative Achievement Award: