List of National Medal of Science Laureates - Chemistry

Chemistry

  • 1964 Roger Adams, Harold Clayton Urey, Robert Burns Woodward
  • 1965 Peter Debye
  • 1966 Henry Eyring
  • 1967 George Kistiakowsky
  • 1968 Paul Bartlett, Lars Onsager
  • 1970 Saul Winstein
  • 1973 Carl Djerassi, Vladimir Haensel
  • 1974 Paul Flory, Linus Carl Pauling, Kenneth Sanborn Pitzer
  • 1979 Arthur Kornberg, Severo Ochoa
  • 1982 F. Albert Cotton, Gilbert Stork
  • 1983 Roald Hoffmann, George C. Pimentel, Richard N. Zare
  • 1986 Harry Gray, Yuan Tseh Lee, Carl S. Marvel, Frank H. Westheimer
  • 1987 William S. Johnson, Walter H. Stockmayer, Max Tishler
  • 1988 William O. Baker, Konrad E. Bloch, Elias J. Corey
  • 1989 Richard B. Bernstein, Melvin Calvin, Rudoph A. Marcus, Harden M. McConnell
  • 1990 Elkan Blout, Karl Folkers, John D. Roberts
  • 1991 Ronald Breslow, Gertrude B. Elion, Dudley R. Herschbach, Glenn T. Seaborg
  • 1992 Howard E. Simmons, Jr.
  • 1993 Donald J. Cram, Norman Hackerman
  • 1994 George S. Hammond
  • 1995 Thomas Cech, Isabella L. Karle
  • 1996 Norman Davidson
  • 1997 Darleane C. Hoffman, Harold S. Johnston
  • 1998 John W. Cahn, George M. Whitesides
  • 1999 Stuart A. Rice, John Ross, Susan Solomon
  • 2000 John D. Baldeschwieler, Ralph F. Hirschmann
  • 2001 Ernest R. Davidson, Gabor A. Somorjai
  • 2002 John I. Brauman
  • 2004 Stephen J. Lippard
  • 2006 Marvin H. Caruthers, Peter B. Dervan, Robert S. Langer
  • 2007 Mostafa A. El-Sayed
  • 2008 Joanna S. Fowler, JoAnne Stubbe
  • 2009 Stephen J. Benkovic, Marye Anne Fox
  • 2010 Jacqueline K. Barton, Peter J. Stang

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