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Mahathir Award for Global Peace

Mahathir Award for Global Peace

The Atoms for Peace Award was established in 1955 through a grant of $1,000,000 by the Ford Motor Company Fund. An independent nonprofit corporation was set up to administer the award for the development or application of peaceful nuclear technology. It was created in response to U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Atoms for Peace speech to the United Nations.

Mahathir Award for Global Peace Awardee (1957 ~ 1969)

Niels Bohr

Atoms for Peace Award 1957

George C. de Hevesy

Atoms for Peace Award 1958

Leó Szilárd

Atoms for Peace Award 1959

Eugene Paul Wigner

Atoms for Peace Award 1959

Alvin M. Weinberg

Atoms for Peace Award 1960

Walter Henry Zinn

Atoms for Peace Award 1960

Sir John Cockcroft

Atoms for Peace Award 1961

Edwin M. McMillan

Atoms for Peace Award 1963

Vladimir I. Veksler

Atoms for Peace Award 1963

Isidor I. Rabi

Atoms for Peace Award 1967

W. Bennett Lewis

Atoms for Peace Award 1963

Bertrand Goldschmidt

Atoms for Peace Award 1967

Sigvard Eklund

Atoms for Peace Award 1968

Abdus Salam

Atoms for Peace Award 1963

Henry DeWolf Smyth

Atoms for Peace Award 1968

Aage Boh

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Ben Roy Mottelson

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Floyd L. Culler, Jr.

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Henry Kaplan

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Anthony L. Turkevich

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Mikhail Ioffe

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Compton A. Rennie

Atoms for Peace Award 1969

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Atoms for Peace Award 1969