DANISH physicist Niels Bohr, who has probably inspired more physicists to inspire more physicists than any living man, was chosen in March to be the first recipient of the Atoms for Peace Award, consisting of a goldmedal and an honorarium of $75 000. Established one year ago under an appropriation provided by the Ford Motor Co. Fund as a memorial to Henry and Edsel Ford, the prize is administered by the board of trustees of Atoms for Peace Awards, Inc., an organization set up for that purpose.
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