Nier Prize

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Nier Prize
Awarded for Outstanding research in meteoritics and closely allied fields by young scientists.
First awarded Meteoritical Society

The Nier Prize is named after Alfred O. C. Nier. It is awarded annually by the Meteoritical Society and recognizes outstanding research in meteoritics and closely allied fields by young scientists.[1] Recipients must be under 35 years old at the end of the calendar year in which they are selected.

Nier Prize Winners[edit]

Nier Prize Winners
Year Name
1996 Laurie Leshin
1997 Timothy McCoy
1998 Gopalan Srinivasan
1999 Byeon-Gak Choi
2000 Meenakshi Wadhwa
2001 Larry Nittler
2002 Dante Lauretta
2003 Steven Desch
2004 Scott Messenger
2005 Nicolas Dauphas
2006 Matthieu Gounelle
2007 Thorsten Kleine
2008 Shogo Tachibana
2009 Gordon Osinski
2010 Daniel Glavin
2011 Fred Ciesla
2012 Fréderic Moynier
2013 Audrey Bouvier
2014 James M. D. Day

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