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Chirality Medal

The Chirality Medal, instituted by the Società Chimica Italiana in 1991 to honor internationally recognized scientists who have made a distinguished contribution to all aspects of chirality, is awarded each year by a Chirality Medal Honor Committee composed of the Chirality International Committee members and the most recent recipients of the Chirality Medal.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The medal is awarded to the recipient at the International Conference on Chirality.[4][5][6]

List of Past Winners[2][5][7][8]

Year Winner Country
1991 Emanuel Gil-Av[1][9][10] Israel
Jean Jacques[1][9] France
1992 Vladimir Prelog[8] Switzerland
1993 Kurt Mislow[3] United States
1994 William H. Pirkle[8] United States
1995 Koji Nakanishi[11][12] United States
1996 Ernest. L. Eliel[13] United States
1997 Ryoji Noyori[8][14] Japan
1998 Henri B. Kagan[5] France
1999 Vadim Davankov[5] Russia
2000 K. Barry Sharpless[15] United States
2001 Yoshio Okamoto[5] Japan
2002 Dieter Seebach[5] Switzerland
2003 Daniel W. Armstrong[6][16][17] United States
2004 Volker Schurig[6][18] Germany
2005 Kenso Soai[6] Japan
2006 Meir Lahav Israel
2007 Nina Berova[19][20] United States
2008 Wolfgang Lindner[21] Austria
2009 Bernard L. Feringa[22] Netherlands
2010 Kenji Mori[23] Japan
2011 Laurence Barron United Kingdom
2012 Eric N. Jacobsen United States
2013 Eiji Yashima[24] Japan
2014 Manfred T. Reetz Germany
2015 Christopher J. Welch United States
2016 Andreas Pfaltz Switzerland
2017 Takuzo Aida Japan
2018 Bert Meijer Netherlands
2019 Laurence A. Nafie United States

References

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  3. ^ a b Wainer, Irving W. (1994-01-01). "Fourth international symposium on chiral discrimination". Chirality. 6 (2): 47–50. doi:10.1002/chir.530060202. ISSN 1520-636X.
  4. ^ a b "Chirality 2004 Symposium and Exhibit". Chirality. 16 (6): iv. 2004-01-01. doi:10.1002/chir.20064. ISSN 1520-636X.
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  9. ^ a b Misiti, Domenico; Gasparrini, Francesco (1992-01-01). "Editorial". Chirality. 4 (1): i. doi:10.1002/chir.530040102. ISSN 1520-636X.
  10. ^ Trager, William F. (1998-01-01). "Emanuel Gil-Av honorary issue of Chirality". Chirality. 10 (5): 371–372. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1520-636X(1998)10:53.0.CO;2-9 (inactive 2019-08-20). ISSN 1520-636X.
  11. ^ Berova, Nina (1997-01-01). "Koji Nakanishi's enchanting journey in the world of chirality". Chirality. 9 (5–6): 395–406. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1520-636X(1997)9:5/63.0.CO;2-5 (inactive 2019-08-20). ISSN 1520-636X.
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  13. ^ "Special issue honoring Professor Ernest Eliel". Chirality. 14 (2–3): 97. 2002-01-01. doi:10.1002/chir.1189. ISSN 1520-636X.
  14. ^ Kitamura, Masato (2000-01-01). "Ryoji Noyori: Pioneer of asymmetric molecular catalysis". Chirality. 12 (5–6): 295–298. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1520-636X(2000)12:5/63.0.CO;2-Z (inactive 2019-08-20). ISSN 1520-636X.
  15. ^ Berova, Nina (2003-01-01). "Professor K. Barry Sharpless". Chirality. 15 (2): 113. doi:10.1002/chir.10184. ISSN 1520-636X.
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  19. ^ "Professor Nina Berova — Winner of 2007 Chirality Medal". Chirality. 19 (6): 429. 2007-06-01. doi:10.1002/chir.20415. ISSN 1520-636X. PMID 17431879.
  20. ^ "Publisher's note". Chirality. 19 (6): iv. 2007-06-01. doi:10.1002/chir.20425. ISSN 1520-636X.
  21. ^ "Professor Wolfgang Lindner Winner of 2008 Chirality Medal". Chirality. 20 (6): 761. 2008-06-01. doi:10.1002/chir.20569. ISSN 1520-636X. PMID 18381731.
  22. ^ "Professor Ben L. Feringa winner of 2009 Chirality Medal". Chirality. 21 (4): 407. 2009-04-01. doi:10.1002/chir.20726. ISSN 1520-636X.
  23. ^ "Professor Kenji Mori winner of 2010 Chirality Medal". Chirality. 22 (4): 381. 2010-05-05. doi:10.1002/chir.20836. ISSN 1520-636X.
  24. ^ Yashima, Eiji (2013-06-01). "Professor Eiji Yashima Winner of 2013 Chirality Medal". Chirality. 25 (6): 313. doi:10.1002/chir.22169. ISSN 1520-636X.