Gerhard Herzberg


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Canadian physicist (born in Germany) noted for contributions to understanding the structure of molecules (born in 1904)

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The medal, which comes with $1 million, is named for Canadian Nobel Laureate Gerhard Herzberg and awarded annually for outstanding and sustained contributions to Canadian research in the natural sciences and engineering.
GERHARD HERZBERG was born in a suburb of Hamburg on Christmas Day 1904 into what has been called "a modest middle-class family," but one with a seriously ailing father.
This past February, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) presented Becke with the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering, its highest scientific honour.
1971 Gerhard Herzberg, HFCIC, (National Research Council Canada,
He is currently a professor at the University of Windsor and he is also a recipient of the Gerhard Herzberg Award of the Spectroscopy Society of Canada.
Suzanne Fortier, FCIC, president of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) awarded the 2005 Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering to David Dolphin, FCIC.
In 2000, the Governor General of Canada presented him with the first Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal in Science and Engineering, the most prestigious award in Canada for science and engineering.
He does not believe he belongs in the same class as deceased Nobel Prize winner Gerhard Herzberg, said Epstein during an interview, four months after he was selected.
Tito Scaiano, FCIC, was named to an impressive list in early October when Tom Brzustowski, president of NSERC, announced the finalists for the 2002 Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.
On November 5, 2001, the winner of the 2001 Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal will be announced, and The Chemical Institute of Canada has a two-out-of-three chance of seeing one of its members win the sought-after prize of up to $1 million.