Professor Savita Ladage from Mumbai received the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Nyholm Prize for Education in recognition of her contributions to chemistry education.
- Nyholm prize is awarded to inspirational, innovative and dedicated individuals or teams making a substantial and sustained impact within education.
- It celebrates individuals working in primary, secondary, further education, and higher education, encompassing teachers, technicians, and more.
- It recognises a major national or international research or innovation contribution to the field of chemical science education.
- This prize was established to commemorate the life and work of Sir Ronald Nyholm, president of the Royal Society of Chemistry from 1968 to 1970.
- It is awarded annually.