The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) elected seven LBL scientists as Fellows of the AAAS:
John Clarke of the Materials Sciences Division was appointed Miller Research Professor, University of California, Berkeley.
Didier de Fontaine of the Materials Sciences Division was appointed Fellow, Council of the American Physical Society.
Alex Pines of Materials Sciences received the FLC Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer; Centenary Lectures, Royal Society of Chemistry; and the Robert Foster Cherry Great Teacher Award, Baylor University.
Peter Schultz of Materials Sciences was appointed Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator.
Robert Schoenlein of Materials Sciences was awarded the 1994 Adolph Lomb Medal of the Optical Society of America, in recognition of his development of femtosecond spectroscopic methods and their application to fundamental studies of metals, semiconductors and molecules.
Yuen-Ron Shen of Materials Sciences was appointed Honorary Professor, Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Academic Sinica, Shanghai, and Distinguished Traveling Lecturer, American Physical Society.
Gabor Somorjai of Materials Sciences received the Arthur W. Adamson Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Surface Chemistry in recognition of his research involving the structure and surface chemistry of molecules adsorbed on metal surfaces.
Simone Anders and André Anders of the Accelerator and Fusion Research Division received the Chatterton award, presented at the XVIth International Symposium on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum, for significant contributions as young scientists to the understanding of vacuum breakdown and discharge phenomena.
Jose Alonso, Timothy Renner, and John Staples of the Accelerator and Fusion Research Division, and William Chu and Bernhard Ludewigt of the Life Sciences Division, received a 1994 Certificate of Merit in Technology Transfer from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for their work on biomedical treatment systems.
Mark A. Nyman, Rajinder P. Singh, and Ronald Stradtner of the Engineering Division received a 1994 Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer - Key Concepts in Heavy Charged-Particle Radiotherapy, and for marshaling support for the next-generation hospital-based facilities.
Richard Andersen of the Chemical Sciences Division won the Humboldt Research Award for Senior U.S. Scientists.
Neil Bartlett of Chemical Sciences was named George H. Cady Lecturer, University of Washington, Seattle.
Alex T. Bell of Chemical Sciences was awarded the Peter C. Reilly lectureship by the Department of Chemical Engineering, at the University of Notre Dame.
William A. Lester, Jr. of Chemical Sciences was appointed to two National Research Council committees: High Performance Computing and Communications, and Mathematical Challenges from Computational Chemistry.
C. Bradley Moore of Chemical Sciences was awarded the 1994 Earle K. Plyler Prize of the American Physical Society.
Kenneth S. Pitzer of Chemical Sciences was awarded the Gold Medal for Distinguished Service, Rice University, Houston; and was inducted into Alpha Chi Sigma Hall of Fame at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
John M. Prausnitz of Chemical Sciences was appointed Plenary Lecturer, 100th Birthday Meeting of the Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry, Berlin, May 1994, and Christensen Fellow at St. Catherine's College, Oxford University, Trinity Term 1994.
Don DePaolo of the Earth Sciences Division was appointed American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow, 1994 and awarded a Fulbright Fellowship in 1994.
Mina J. Bissell of Life Sciences was awarded the ASCB Women in Cell Biology Career Recognition Award, and a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship.
Stephen Derenzo of Life Sciences won the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society Merit Award.
Robert M. Glaeser, Life Sciences was awarded the Elizabeth Roberts Cole Award of the Biophysical Society.
John Harris and Peter Jacobs of the Nuclear Science Division's Relativistic Nuclear Collisions group have each received a 1994 Humboldt Research Award for Senior U.S. Scientists. The award is sponsored by the Max Planck Institute for High Energy Physics in Munich, Germany.
Hans-Georg Ritter of the Nuclear Science Division has been selected as a CERN Scientific Associate.
Glenn Seaborg, LBL Associate Director at Large, was awarded the George C. Pimentel Award by the American Chemical Society for Chemical Education, and was inducted into the Alpha Chi Sigma Hall of Fame, UM Minneapolis.
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