The General Advisory Committee to the US Atomic Energy Commission is receiving nominations for the 1963 Ernest Orlando Lawrence Memorial Award. The award, which was established in 1959, is given to not more than five US citizens in each year and consists of a medal, citation, and a monetary prize of not less than $5000, awarded in recognition of “recent, especially meritorious contributions to the development, use, or control of atomic energy, including medicine and engineering”. The 1963 award will be given to persons who have not reached their 46th birthday by July 1, 1963.

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