"Extending the influence of science and art upon productive industry"
The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 offers major awards to scientists and engineers for research, development and design. Its aims are to support education for the benefit of productive industry and full details of all its awards are on this website.
First established to stage the Great Exhibition in 1851, the Royal Commission's extraordinary history is founded on an inspired vision of the importance of education to economic success, read more in About Us.
"It remains as important as ever to support excellence in science and engineering to underpin the nation's business and industrial prosperity. This is the aim of the Commission's awards programme as it continues to grow and develop."
Bernard Taylor DL FRSC