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Chirality Medal

The 27th International Chirality Symposium seeks nominations for the Chirality Medal

The Chirality Medal was instituted by the Societa Chimica Italiana In 1991 to honor internationally recognized scientists who have made a distinguished contribution to all aspects of chirality. It is awarded each year by a Chirality Medal Honor Committee comprising The Chirality International Committee members and the most recent recipients of the medal. Additional information about the award is available at www.usachirality.com.

The nomination package should consist of a letter of nomination describing the relevant accomplishments of the nominee, a maximum of two supporting letters, and an abbreviated CV. The nomination and supporting materials should be submitted as a single pdf file.

Nominations should be emailed to the Chair of Chirality 2015, Professor Thomas Wenzel at twenzel@bates.edu by December 1, 2014.

CHIR Medal

The Chirality Medal has been previously awarded to the following scientists:

  • 1991 E. Gil-Av (Israel) and J. Jacques (France)
  • 1992 V. Prelog (Switzerland)
  • 1993 K. Mislow (USA)
  • 1994 W. Pirkle (USA)
  • 1995 K. Nakanishi (USA)
  • 1996 E. L. Eliel (USA)
  • 1997 R. Noyori (Japan)
  • 1998 H. Kagan (France)
  • 1999 V. Davankov (Russia)
  • 2000 K. B. Sharpless (USA)
  • 2001 Y. Okamoto (Japan)
  • 2002 D. Seebach (Switzerland)
  • 2003 D. W. Armstrong (USA)
  • 2004 V. Schurig (Germany)
  • 2005 K. Soai (Japan)
  • 2006 M. Lahav (Israel)
  • 2007 N. Berova (USA)
  • 2008 W. Lindner (Austria)
  • 2009 B. L. Feringa (The Netherlands)
  • 2010 K. Mori (Japan)
  • 2011 L. Barron (UK)
  • 2012 E. Jacobsen (USA)
  • 2013 E. Yashima (Japan)

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