Columbia Emeritus Chemistry Professor Receives $225,000 Robert A. Welch Award, UC-Berkeley Neurobiologist Gets Prize Honoring Silvio Conte

The Houston-based Robert A. Welch Foundation has selected Gilbert Stork, a professor, emeritus, of chemistry at Columbia University, to receive its 1993 award in chemistry. The 39-year- old foundation presents the award annually to a chemist credited with significant research contributions that have had a positive influence on humankind. Stork will receive $225,000 and a gold medallion at a formal ceremony in Houston on October 25. Stork's research has involved the organic synthesis of c

Ron Kaufman
Jul 11, 1993

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