CHF Awards Program
Since 1997 the Awards Program at CHF has recognized the achievements of outstanding researchers, business leaders, and entrepreneurs who have made extraordinary contributions to science and technology.
CHF honored Abdulaziz Al-Zamil, Jacqueline Barton, and Phillip A. Sharp during 2015 Heritage Day festivities.
Working together to celebrate achievement in the chemical world: the Biotechnology Heritage Award, Franklin-Lavoisier Prize, Petrochemical Heritage Award, and Pittcon Heritage Award.
Awards for cutting-edge research: the Perkin Medal and the Moore Medal.
Prominent biochemist Bruce Alberts will deliver the 2015 Ullyot Lecture on November 17.
Congratulations to Mary Jo Nye, winner of the 2013 prize, for her book Michael Polanyi and His Generation: Origins of the Social Construction of Science.