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The Richard J. Bolte Sr. Award recognizes "outstanding contributions by a leader who provides products or services vital to the continuing growth and development of the chemical and molecular sciences community".[1] The medal is presented annually under the sponsorship of the Science History Institute (formerly the Chemical Heritage Foundation) at its annual Heritage Day. The inaugural award was presented to Richard J. Bolte, Sr., founder and chairman of BDP International, in 2006, as the Award for Supporting Industries.[2] It was renamed the Richard J. Bolte Sr. Award for Supporting Industries in 2007.[3]

Richard J. Bolte Sr. Award
Awarded forA leader who contributes to the growth and development of the chemical and molecular sciences community.
Date2006 (2006)
Presented byScience History Institute

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The award is given yearly and was first presented in 2006.

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  9. ^ "Obituaries: Jerry Sudarsky '42ChE Hon '76" (PDF). Cable. 36 (2): 22. 2009. Retrieved 23 April 2015.
  10. ^ Wiliams, Robert V. (July 29, 1997). Eugene Garfield, Transcript of an Interview Conducted by Robert V. Williams at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 29 July 1997 (PDF). Philadelphia, PA: Chemical Heritage Foundation.
  11. ^ Dagani, Ron (16 July 2007). "Heritage Day Honors". Chemical & Engineering News. 85 (29): 36–37. doi:10.1021/cen-v085n029.p036.
  12. ^ "Bringing the Information Age to Science". Chemical Heritage Magazine. 25 (2): 7. 2007.
  13. ^ a b "Recognizing the Supporting Industries". Chemical Heritage Magazine. 25 (3): 7. 2007.
  14. ^ "Richard J. Bolte Sr. (Obituary)". Philadelphia Inquirer. July 8, 2006. Retrieved 21 May 2018.