Priestley medal

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Priestley medal on teadusauhind, mida annab välja Ameerika Keemiaselts alates 1922. aastast väljapaistvate saavutuste eest keemias. Autasu on asutatud keemik Joseph Priestley (1733–1804) auks.[1]

Auhinda anti välja esialgselt iga kolme aasta tagant, alates 1944. aastast sai sellest iga-aastane autasu.

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  56. "K. Barry Sharpless named 2019 Priestley Medalist". Chemical & Engineering News (inglise keeles). 
  57. Celia Henry Arnaud. "JoAnne Stubbe Named 2020 Priestley Medalist". 

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