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The Chemical Pioneer Award, established in 1966, is awarded by the American Institute of Chemists to recognize chemists or chemical engineers who have made outstanding contributions to advances in chemistry or the chemical profession. [1]

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Recent recipientsEdit

Source: AIC

  • 2018 Kenneth S. Suslick (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Vicki H. Grassian (UC San Diego); Mercouri Kanatzidis (Northwestern University)
  • 2017 Paul A. Craig (Rochester Institute of Technology); Jeffrey W. Kelly (Scripps Research Institute); Marek W. Urban (Clemson University)
  • 2016 Rebecca L. Cann (University of Hawaii at Manoa) ; Donna Blackmond (The Scripps Research Institute); Michael Wasielewski (Northwestern University)
  • 2015 No award
  • 2014 Anthony Cheetham (University of Cambridge, England) ; Ann M. Valentine (Temple University) ; Robert Langer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • 2013 Henry F. Schaefer, III (University of Georgia) ; Tom Tritton (Chemical Heritage Foundation)
  • 2012 Robert Lochhead ; Helen Free
  • 2011 James Christner
  • 2010 Sossina M. Haile (Caltech)
  • 2009 Keith Carron (University of Wyoming) ; Debashis Mukherjee (IACS)
  • 2008 E. Gerald Meyer (University of Wyoming) ; Barnaby Munson (University of Delaware)
  • 2007 Magid Abou-Gharbia ; Dennis Y-M Lo ; Alan G. Marshall (Florida State University)
  • 2006 Glenn Crosby ; David Devraj Kumar (Florida Atlantic University)
  • 2005 Bassam Shakhashiri ; Steven L. Suib ; C.N.R. Rao
  • 2004 Keki H. Gharda ; Eric Jacobsen ; Michael Pirrung
  • 2002 Gerald Jaouen ; Julius Rebek
  • 2000 Richard A. Adams ; Robert Bergman ; Larry Dahl ; Wilfried Mortier ; Kenner Rice

Selected earlier recipientsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Chemical Pioneer Award". American Institute of Chemists. Retrieved 16 May 2018.
  2. ^ Reisert, Sarah (2015). "Public Understanding of Chemistry - A Look Inside the AIC Awards Program: The Gold Medal & Chemical Pioneer Awards". The Chemist. 88 (2). Retrieved 26 January 2018.