AIC Gold Medal Award

Chemical Pioneer Award

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Gold Medal Awards

 

Call for 2018 Nominations
Deadline - 10/20/17
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Medal Awards:

The Gold Medal is The Institute's highest award. It is given annually to a person who has stimulated activities of service to the science of chemistry or the profession of chemist or chemical engineer in the United States of America. In recognition of their achievements, Gold Medallists are given Life Fellowship in The Institute.

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Gold Medal Award starting July 1, 2017.

Previous Gold Medal Award Winners

 

First presented by the AIC in 1926, the Gold Medal is the AIC’s highest award. It recognizes service to the science of chemistry and to the profession of chemistry or chemical engineering in the United States. Previous winners include Nobel laureates Glenn T. Seaborg and Herbert C. Brown, as well as other renowned researchers and scientists representing the many facets of the world of chemistry. Recent medalists include Elizabeth Blackburn, Jacqueline Barton, and George Whitesides.

The 2017 Gold Medal Award was presented to Dr. Stephen J. Lippard at the Chemical Heritage Foudation's Heritage Day on Monday, May 10, 2017.
Dr. Stephen J. Lippard
 

The American Institute of Chemists: Founded in 1923, The AIC advances the chemical sciences by establishing high professional standards of practice and emphasizing the professional, ethical, economic, and social status of its members for the benefit of society as a whole. The AIC engages in a broad range of programs for professional enhancement through the prestigious Fellow membership category, an awards program, certification programs, publication of the refereed journal The Chemist, and meetings.
 
First presented by the AIC in 1926, the Gold Medal is the AIC’s highest award. It recognizes service to the science of chemistry and to the profession of chemistry or chemical engineering in the United States. Previous winners include Nobel laureates Glenn T. Seaborg and Herbert C. Brown, as well as other renowned researchers and scientists representing the many facets of the world of chemistry. Recent medalists include Elizabeth Blackburn, Jacqueline Barton, and George Whitesides.

The 2016 Gold Medal Award will be presented to Dr. Chad Mirkin at the Chemical Heritage Foudation's Heritage Day on Monday, May 16, 2016
Dr. Chad Mirkin

The American Institute of Chemists: Founded in 1923, The AIC advances the chemical sciences by establishing high professional standards of practice and emphasizing the professional, ethical, economic, and social status of its members for the benefit of society as a whole. The AIC engages in a broad range of programs for professional enhancement through the prestigious Fellow membership category, an awards program, certification programs, publication of the refereed journal The Chemist, and meetings.