Glenn T. Seaborg Medal

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The Glenn T. Seaborg Medal was first awarded in 1987 by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry to Nobel Prize–winning chemist Glenn T. Seaborg, a UCLA alumnus. The purpose of the award is to honor persons who have made exceptional scientific contributions in the fields of chemistry or biochemistry. It is awarded annually by an executive committee of the UCLA Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry.

Winners[edit]

Source: [1]

Year Awardee Institution
1987 Glenn T. Seaborg (Nobel Laureate) University of California, Berkeley
1988 Warren W. Kaeding Mobil Chemical
1989 Donald J. Cram (Nobel Laureate) UCLA
1990 George Gregory Products Research and Chemical Corp.
1991 John D. Roberts Caltech
1992 Ralph H. Bauer Bauer Investments
1993 R. Bruce Merrifield (Nobel Laureate) Rockefeller University
1994 George S. Hammond Allied Signal Corporation
1995 George B. Rathmann ICOS Corporation
1996 Mary L. Good US Dept of Commerce
1997 M. Frederick Hawthorne UCLA
1998 Paul D. Boyer (Nobel Laureate) UCLA
1999 John P. McTague Ford Research Laboratory
2000 Daniel E. Koshland, Jr. UC Berkeley
2001 James B. Peter Specialty Laboratories
2002 Richard E. Smalley (Nobel Laureate) Rice University
2003 Alexander Pines, Ad Bax UC Berkeley
2004 David Eisenberg UCLA
2005 Ronald M. Evans Salk Institute
2006 David A. Evans Harvard University
2007 R. Stanley Williams Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
2008 Joan S. Valentine UCLA
2009 Mostafa A. El-Sayed Georgia Institute of Technology
2010 Robert Tjian UC Berkeley
2011 Richard F. Heck (Nobel Laureate) University of Delaware
2012 Harold E. Varmus (Nobel Laureate) National Cancer Institute
2013 Kendall N. Houk UCLA
2014 Fred Wudl, Linda Wudl University of California, Santa Barbara
2015 Stefan W. Hell (Nobel Laureate) Max Planck Institute Goettingen
2016 Michael E. Jung UCLA
2017 William Gelbart UCLA
2018 Robert Glaeser & Richard Henderson (Nobel Laureate) [2] University of California, Berkeley &

MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UCLA Glenn T. Seaborg Symposium - Previous Recipients". www.seaborg.ucla.edu. Retrieved 2018-09-08.
  2. ^ "UCLA Glenn T. Seaborg Symposium". www.seaborg.ucla.edu. Retrieved 2018-09-08.

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