Karl Scheel Prize

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The Karl-Scheel-Preis (Karl Scheel Prize) is an award given annually by the Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin (PGzB, Physical Society of Berlin), a regional association of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (German Physical Society), for outstanding scientific work. The prize was established through an endowment by the German physicist Karl Scheel (1866 – 1936) and his wife Melida. Recipients receive the Karl-Scheel-Medaille (Karl Scheel Medal) cast in bronze and 5,000 euros.[1]

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  1. ^ Karl-Scheel-Preis der Physikalischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin – Karl Scheel Prize at the German Physical Society official website