IRI Medal

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Die IRI Medal ist eine seit 1946 vom Industrial Research Institute vergebene Auszeichnung für technologische Innovation und deren industrielle Umsetzung.

Das Industrial Research Institute ist eine 1938 von der National Science Foundation gegründete Non-Profit Organisation mit Sitz in Arlington.

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  1. IRI Website - IRI Medal Award, Industrial Research Institute, Inc., accessed Feb. 14, 2012.
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  5. "Newton Urges More Agricultural Research--Condemns Farm Subsidy", C&EN Archives, May 19, 1952, doi:10.1021/cen-v030n020.p2094.
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  21. "From a twinkle in the eye to a blockbuster drug: the story of Celebrex holds lessons for R&D leaders everywhere. (The IRI Medalist's Address) (Brief Article)", High Beam Research, Nov. 1, 2001, accessed Feb. 14, 2012.
  22. UNC Chemist Joseph DeSimone Recipient of 2014 IRI Medal (iriweb.org); abgerufen am 1. April 2014