Pauling Award Symposium

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2020 Linus Pauling Medal Award | Nominations Closed

Nominations are currently closed for the 2020 Linus Pauling Medal Award. Sponsored jointly by the ACS Portland, Puget Sound, and Oregon Local Sections, the award is presented annually in recognition of outstanding achievement in chemistry in the spirit of and in honor of Linus Pauling, a native of the Pacific Northwest. The medal will be presented at a symposium this fall at the University of Washington’s Seattle campus.

The award recognizes outstanding contributions to chemistry of a character that merits national and international recognition; however, the award will not be given for work for which the nominee has already received a Nobel Prize. Scientists of all nationalities are eligible for this award. According to Pauling’s express wish, it is preferred that the award honor younger scientists whenever possible.

For details on the nomination process, visit https://sites.uw.edu/pauling2020/
Nominations were due: May 1st, 2020 at 5 PM PDT
Complete nominations can be emailed to pauling2020@uw.edu

 

 

2019 Linus Pauling Medal Award Symposium

Catherine Murphy has been selected as the 2019 Linus Pauling Medal Award recipient!  Read an announcement about it on the University of Illinois Website.  The Pauling Medal Award Symposium will be held on Saturday, October 26th, 2019 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. 

Further event details are available on the Pauling website.

Registration for the banquet portion of the event is now closed.

 

 

 About the Linus Pauling Medal Award

The Linus Pauling Medal Award is sponsored jointly by the Portland, Puget Sound, and Oregon sections of the American Chemical Society, and is presented annually in recognition of outstanding achievement in chemistry in the spirit of, and in honor of, Linus Pauling, a native of the Pacific Northwest. A nominee shall have made outstanding contributions to chemistry of a character that merit national and international recognition, however the award will not be given for work for which the nominee has already received a Nobel Prize. Scientists of all nationalities are eligible for this award. According to Pauling’s express wish, it is preferred that the award honor younger scientists whenever possible.

 

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