Benjamin Franklin Medals
The Benjamin Franklin Medals recognize and promote excellence in science in the following fields: physics, chemistry, life, earth and computer and cognitive sciences and engineering. The subject must be an invention, discovery, technological development or a body of work reflecting extraordinary insight, skills, or creativity. The work must have scientific value and/or proven utility. It must have provided significant direction for future research, solved an important problem, or provided great benefit to the public. The winner receives a medal from the Franklin Institute. There is no deadline for the Benjamin Franklin Medals.
Additional Deadline Notes
There is no deadline for the Benjamin Franklin Medals. Nominations for the Benjamin Franklin Medals are accepted on a rolling basis.
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