European Academy of Sciences (EURASC) : Mission
EURASC carries an important mission to promote excellence in science and technology and their essential roles in fostering social and economic development and progress. The official name of the institution is European Academy of Sciences (Académie Européenne des Sciences). It is registered and operates under rules and regulations of the Kingdom of Belgium (law 27.06.1921 ultimately revised in 2003). The European Academy of Sciences was recognized by Royal Decree of December 17, 2003, issued by Albert II, the King of Belgium.
Professor Sir John Thomas has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Materials Science for his creative insights into new solid catalysts, his understanding of the structure and activity of existing catalysts ... more
Professor Daniel Loss has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Physics for pioneering contributions to theoretical condensed matter physics, in particular work on spin-dependent and phase-coherent phenomena ... more
Professor Hubert Schmidbaur has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Chemistry for his contributions to the fundamentals of many areas of modern inorganic chemistry... more
Professor Eberhard Knobloch has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Social Sciences and Humanities for his outstanding scholarship and pioneering work in the history and philosophy of classical mathematics, mechanics, and other branches of science... more
Professor Jean Pierre Gattuso has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Earth and Environmental Sciences for his outstanding studies on the ocean acidification due to the increase of atmospheric CO2 ... more
Prof. Ronald Breslow, member of EURASC, S.L. Mitchill Professor of Chemistry, University Professor at Columbia University,
has been honored with the 2014 American Institute of Chemists (AIC) Gold Medal, AIC's highest award, on May 15th, 2014
for his ground-breaking research in a wide variety of important fields and his extensive service to the profession of chemistry.
Prof. Jerzy Leszczynski represented the European Academy of Sciences and congratulated Prof. Breslow.
Prof. Ronald Breslow and Prof. Jerzy Leszczynski