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Year
1910
Subject
Engineering
Award
Scott - on behalf of the City of Philadelphia
Year
2003
Subject
Physics
Award
Benjamin Franklin Medal
Citation
With Masatoshi Koshiba and Raymond Davis, for their work that led to an understanding of neutrino emission from the sun.
Year
1958
Subject
Engineering
Award
Longstreth
Year
1875
Subject
Invention
Award
Unknown Awards
Year
2009
Subject
Computer and Cognitive Science
Award
Benjamin Franklin Medal
Affiliation
Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Science (CITRIS) | University of California, Berkeley| California, Berkeley
Citation
For contributions to robotics and computer vision, specifically the development of active perception and the creation of methods to improve our understanding of medical images.
Year
1875
Subject
Engineering
Award
Unknown Awards
Year
1893
Subject
Engineering
Award
Scott - on behalf of the City of Philadelphia
Year
1917
Subject
Physics
Award
Longstreth
Year
1908
Subject
Engineering
Award
Scott - on behalf of the City of Philadelphia
Year
1896
Subject
Engineering
Award
Scott - on behalf of the City of Philadelphia
Year
2011
Subject
Earth and Environmental Science
Award
Benjamin Franklin Medal
Affiliation
University of California, Berkeley | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Berkeley, California
Citation
For discovering the underlying principles of mineral formation and alteration by microbes, which are critical to understanding the form, composition, and distribution of minerals in the presence of living organisms.

Note: "Franklin" Medals are not the same as "Benjamin Franklin" Medals. The Benjamin Franklin Medal was initiated in 1998 to represent the combined legacies of several historic medals, including the Franklin Medal.

Note: The Scott Medal is awarded by the City of Philadelphia. Prior to 1920, the Institute's Committee on Science and the Arts selected the medalists and the Scott Medals were presented on Awards Day at The Franklin Institute.

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