- 2015 : Tom Blake
For his leadership in the study of rare B meson decays and lepton universality violation and other measurements at the LHCb Experiment.
- 2014 : Justin Evans
For his contributions to world-leading neutrino oscillation measurements at MINOS.
- 2013 : Jeff Hartnell
For his contributions to neutrino physics.
- 2012 : Christian Schwanenberger
For his contributions to top quark physics at the Tevatron.
- 2011 : Chris Lester
For developing SUSY analysis techniques for the LHC.
- 2010 : Chris Parkes
For his wide-ranging software, hardware and analysis achievements in particle physics.
- 2009 : Peter Richardson
For contributions in both the theoretical development and the implementation of event generators.
- 2008 : Paul Newman
For his leading contributions to the measurement of the proton structure functions at HERA, especially his seminal work on diffractive deep inelastic scattering.
- 2007 : Tejinder Virdee
For leadership of physics at the LHC.
- 2006 : Christine Davies
For her achievement in improving the quality of Lattice Quantum Chromodynamic predictions.
- 2005 : Nick Jelley
For his role as a leader of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory since its inception, and as group leader of the Oxford group during the period of its most exciting discoveries.
- 2004 : Keith Green and Mike Pendlebury
For their organisational and intellectual leadership, over many years, of the pioneering experiment at ILL Grenoble to measure the electric dipole moment of the neutron.