E. V. Murphree Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry

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The E. V. Murphree Award is an annual award presented by the American Chemical Society for outstanding research of a theoretical or experimental nature in the fields of industrial chemistry or chemical engineering. The award comes with a $5000 prize, a certificate, and up to $1000 in travel expenses paid.[1]

The award is named after Eger V. Murphree, the American chemist best known for his co-invention of the process of fluid catalytic cracking.


Source: American Chemical Society