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The Chemistry Prize is a current, annually awarded academic prize. It was first awarded in its modern form in 1989, though there were earlier Chemistry prizes.

In the 1874 Annual Report, George Morrison noted the introduction of a course of lectures in physical chemistry and that same year a Chemistry Prize 'of a silver-mounted blowpipe, the gift of G F Link' was awarded to Herbert Cunningham.

Chemistry Prize Awardees:

1989 Griffiths, T.
1990 Mitchell, B.
1991 Sivanesan, S.
1992 Griffiths, J.
1993 Miller, B.
1994 Davey, M.
1995 Wilson, L.
1996 Jeremiah, C.
1997 Whitworth, M.
1998 Tan, M.
1999 Nall, A.
2000 Sinclair, M.
2001 Bell, K.
2002 Malon, A.
2003 Paton, A.
2004 Malon, S.
2005 McBride, J.
2006 Lau, A.
2007 Wen, D.
2008 Wood, E.
2009 Goodridge, D.
2010 Cailes, B.
2011 Kvant, A.
2012 Wong, T.
2013 D'Adamo, G.
2014 Beaumont-Kelly, H.
........ Wong, H. S.
2015 Wong, H. S.
2016 Eddy, R.
2017 Page, T. M. M.
2018 Duan, A.
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