In 1978 Professor Archer. J.P Martin gave permission for his name to be associated with the ‘Martin Medal’. This is awarded to scientists who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of separation science.
Ted Adlard Award
The Ted Adlard Industrial Bursary Award is given by the Chromatographic society to support up and coming scientists working for SMEs (small to medium sized enterprises) in industry. It is named after the great Ted Adlard was one of the world’s greatest separation scientists. Initial funding for this award was supplied by the now defunct PASG.
Created in 1982 to mark the 25th anniversary of the Society, the ‘Jubilee Medal’ is awarded to up-and-coming separation scientists, those who have made major use of separation science in their own field or to scientists who have made important contributions to a particular area of separation science.
This award was established to recognise undergraduate students who have achieved a significant level of experience or expertise in an area of chromatography or application of a separation science technique. Academic and industrial supervisors are invited to nominate a student who has demonstrated a high standard of chromatography application in their academic studies and/or work placement.