The Awards Program at CHF has been honoring historic achievement since 1997. CHF’s award winners have included Nobel laureates, captains of industry, bench scientists, educators, entrepreneurs, and authors, among other notable achievers who have made extraordinary contributions to science and technology.
A yearly celebration of the achievements and promise of the sciences and technologies that shape material culture: the Othmer Gold Medal, the Richard J. Bolte, Sr. Award for Supporting Industries, and the AIC Gold Medal.
Working together to celebrate achievement in the chemical world: the Biotechnology Heritage Award, Franklin-Lavoisier Prize, Petrochemical Heritage Award, Pittcon Heritage Award, and Winthrop-Sears Medal.
Awards for cutting-edge research: the Perkin Medal and the Moore Medal.
Learn more about the 2013 lecture and other past lectures here.
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.