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Sandford Fleming Award

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The Sandford Fleming Award was instituted in 1982 by the Royal Canadian Institute. It consists of the Sandford Fleming Medal with Citation. It is awarded annually to a Canadian who has made outstanding contributions to the public understanding of science. It is named in honour of Sandford Fleming.

Awardees

  • 1982: David Suzuki
  • 1983: Lydia Dotto
  • 1984: Lister Sinclair
  • 1985: Helen Sawyer Hogg
  • 1986: Jay Ingram
  • 1987: J. Tuzo Wilson
  • 1988: Fernand Seguin
  • 1989: Fred Bruemmer
  • 1990: Joan Hollobon and Marilyn Dunlop
  • 1991: Annabel Slaight
  • 1992: Terence Dickinson
  • 1993: Carol Gold
  • 1994: Edward Struzik
  • 1995: Eve Savory
  • 1996: Derek York
  • 1997: John R. Percy
  • 1998: Sid Katz
  • 1999: John Charles Polanyi
  • 2000: Ursula Martius Franklin
  • 2001: J. N. Patterson Hume
  • 2002: Bob McDonald
  • 2003: Robert Buckman
  • 2004: M. Brock Fenton
  • 2005: Joe Schwartz
  • 2006: Paul Fjeld
  • 2007: Peter Calamai
  • 2008: Henry Lickers
  • 2009: David Schindler
  • 2010: Paul Delaney
  • 2011: John Dirks
  • 2012: Robert Thirsk
  • 2013: Chris Hadfield
  • 2014: Penny Park
  • 2015: Molly Shoichet
  • 2016: Ivan Semeniuk
  • References

    Sandford Fleming Award Wikipedia


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