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The Gmelin-Beilstein Memorial Medal is awarded by the GDCh to national and international personalities who have made special contributions to the History of Chemistry, chemical literature or chemical information. The prize was donated by Hoechst AG in 1954 and has been financed by the GDCh since 1996. The award commemorates Messrs. Leopold Gmelin and Friedrich Beilstein, who published the first handbooks on inorganic and organic chemistry in the 19th century.
The GDCh honors Dr. Guillermo Restrepo with the Gmelin-Beilstein-Gedenkmünze 2020 for his interdisciplinary research that combines mathematics, history and philosophy of chemistry and thus leads to new knowledge. The award ceremony will take place in 2021.
Professor René Deplanque receives the Gmelin-Beilstein commemorative medal in recognition of his services to chemical specialist information. His work in the digitization of older German specialist literature has made valuable content internationally and contemporary accessible. Establishment and support of important information services in chemistry and the establishment of a networked learning platform enrich chemistry information on the Internet.
|2020||Guillermo Restrepo, Leipzig|
|2018||René Deplanque, Lübeck|
|2016||Joe P. Richmond, Heidelberg|
|2014||Henning Hopf, Braunschweig|
|2012||Engelbert Zaß, Zurich / Switzerland|
|2010||Jürgen Gmehling, Oldenburg|
|2007||Olga Kennard, Cambridge / UK|
|2005||Ute Deichmann, Cologne and London / UK|
|2002||Ursula Schoch-Grübler, Ludwigshafen|
|2000||Peter Gölitz, Weinheim|
|1995||Christoph Meinel, Regensburg|
|1991||Johann Gasteiger, Munich|
|1990||Christian Weiske, Berlin|
|1988||Gerd M. Ahrenholz, Leverkusen|
|1987||Jürgen Schaafhausen, Bad Soden|
Robert Fugmann, Frankfurt a. M.
Ernst Meyer, Ludwigshafen
|1981||Fred A. Tate, Columbus / USA|
|1980||Margot Becke-Goehring, Frankfurt a. M.|
|1977||Günter Kresze, Munich|
|1976||Hans Rudolf Christen, Zurich / Switzerland|
|1973||Werner Schultheis, Frankfurt a. M.|
|1966||Eduard Kreuzhage, Weinheim|
|1965||Jean Baptiste Gillis, Gent / Belgium|
|1962||Erich Pietsch, Frankfurt a. M.|
|1958||Wilhelm Foerst, Heidelberg|
|1956||Friedrich Richter, Frankfurt aM|
Paul Walden, Gammertingen
Maximilian Pflücke, Berlin
Dr. Frank OELLIEN, Stadecken-Elsheim (representative of division: "CIC") (lead)
Dr. Gisela BOECK, Rostock
Dr. Steffen PAULY, Heidelberg
Prof. Achim ZIELESNY, Recklinghausen
Dr. Vera KÖSTER, Weinheim
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