Awards & Winners

Richard Zare

Date of Birth 19-November-1939
Place of Birth Cleveland
(United States of America, Ohio, Cuyahoga County, Area code 216)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Richard N. Zare
Profession Scientist, Chemist, Professor
Richard Neil Zare is a Professor of Chemistry at Stanford University. His professional specialty is physical chemistry. Throughout his career, Zare has made a considerable impact on the field of physical chemistry. He has mentored over 150 PhD students and postdoctoral researchers.

Awards by Richard Zare

Check all the awards nominated and won by Richard Zare.


Wolf Prize in Chemistry
(For his ingenious applications of laser techniques, for identifying complex mechanisms in molecules, and their use in analytical chemistry.)


NAS Award in Chemical Sciences
(For his pioneering laser-based techniques, deep insights, and seminal contributions, which have influenced every facet of chemical reaction dynamics.)


National Medal of Science for Chemistry
(For his seminal contributions to molecular spectroscopy, photochemistry, and chemical reaction dynamics, especially for his incisive theoretical methods and the development of the experimental technique of laser induced fluorescence.)