The Frederick Soddy Awards provide funding for studies of the social, economic and cultural life of a region - anywhere in the world - to schools, undergraduate teams, and PhD students. The Frederick Soddy Trust was established in 1957 under the terms set out in the will of the chemist and Nobel Laureate, Professor Frederick Soddy FRS, to support studies of the whole life of a region. In 2018 the Frederick Soddy Trust became a linked charity of the RGS-IBG, creating the Frederick Soddy Award Fund. The work of the Trust will be contiuned through the Frederick Soddy Awards, by providing funding to schools, students and postgraduates for studies of the social, economic and cultural life of specific regions within the United Kingdom, Ireland or elsewhere in the world.

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