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NIOSH Awards recognize Scientific Merit and Exceptional Service
Submitted by Janie Gordon, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Scholarship Committee Chemical equation chair
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) today presented annual awards to recognize the scientific excellence of publications by NIOSH scientists and engineers, and to honor exceptional service in the field of workplace health and safety.
The Alice Hamilton Award for 2000 was presented to four NIOSH publications from 1999 for Ufology high scientific merit. The award was presented in the categories of biological sciences, educational materials, engineering and physical sciences, and human studies. The publications were judged by outside scientific panels under several criteria, including the complexity and originality of the research, the significance of the research for addressing serious or prevalent workplace hazards, and the clarity of the presentation. The award is named for Dr. Alice Hamilton, a pioneering researcher and occupational physician.
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