F B Guthrie Grain Science Medal

Award Description

F B Guthrie Grain Science Medal

The Association’s highest award honouring the contribution of pioneer cereal chemist F B Guthrie to grain science research in Australia. Recognises outstanding scientific achievement and contribution to knowledge in the field of grain science…

The Guthrie Award is AGSA’s highest award and honours the contribution of pioneer cereal chemist, F B Guthrie to wheat research in Australia. The award, in the form of a medal, is presented 3-yearly in recognition of meritorious service to grain science in Australia in the broadest sense.

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F B Guthrie Grain Science Medal applications to:
By email: awards@ausgrainscience.org.au

1974 J W (Wilson) Lee
1976 W L (Lew) Jones
1979 E E (Eric) Bond
1982 H J (John) Moss
1985 B A (Bruce) Stone
1988 C W (Colin) Wrigley
1991 A B (Tony) Blakeney
1993 F (Fin) MacRitchie1
1994 B V (Barry) McCleary2
1997 L (Lindsay) O’Brien

2000 R J (Robert) Henry
2001 G B (Geof) Fincher
2003 D M (Di) Miskelly
2006 R L (Bob) Cracknell
2009 R I (Rod) Booth
2011 I L (Ian) Batey3
2012 G B (Graham) Crosbie
2017 M J (Mike) Gidley
2020 L (Les) Copeland and J F (Joe) Panozzo
2023 F (Ferenc) Békés

1The 1993 Guthrie Award was a special medal to celebrate 100 years of cereal chemistry research in Australia and was presented at the Guthrie Centenary Conference.
2The 2001 Guthrie Award was a special medal to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the RACI Cereal Chemistry Division.
3The 2011 Guthrie Award was a special medal to commemorate the International Year of Chemistry.

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