The Institute for Food, Brain & Behaviour has launched the Henry Kitchener Prize, in memory of Henry, 3rd Earl Kitchener, trustee of the Institute and its predecessor organisations. Henry was an early pioneer in engaging with the scientific evidence that nutrition affects behaviour. The IFBB want to encourage young scientists to explore how scientific research in this area might help solve practical problems.
This year the prize takes the form of an essay competition, and there are two categories: one for under 18s and the other for 18-30s.
Full details of the terms and conditions and how to enter can be found at here