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Benjamin Franklin Medals
From its inception, The Franklin Institute has used awards and prizes to recognize and promote excellence in science, technology, and industry. The endowed Benjamin Franklin Medals are given annually in the following seven disciplines of science: Chemistry, Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Computer and Cognitive Science, Earth and Environmental Science, Electrical Engineering, Life Science, and Physics.
Eligibility: The subject of the candidate's research must be an invention, discovery, technological development, or a body of work reflecting extraordinary insight, skill, or creativity. The work must have scientific value and/or proven utility. Nominations will be accepted from any individual, organization, or institution. Self-nominations are permitted.
Value: Benjamin Franklin Medalists are presented with 14-karat gold medals and honoraria of $10,000 per medal.
Note:If institutional nomination/external expert review is sought (individuals may also nominate candidates outside of the institutional process), please submit a candidate suggestion form to recommend a candidate to the President’s Advisory Committee on Awards, Honours and Prizes. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Agency Website: https://www.fi.edu/benjamin-franklin-medals-nominations