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Awards to Scientists
At the general meeting of the Imperial Academy of Japan, February 12, the special committee announced the awards of the imperial prizes and others for 1932. The imperial prizes were given to Dr. J. Tsuji of the Physical and Chemical Research Institute for his researches on the elasticity of light, and to Prof. B. Suzuki, D.Sc., of the Kyoto Imperial University for his work on fatty acids. The academy prize was awarded to Prof. M. Ishimoto of the Tokyo Imperial University science department for his seismological observations. The emperor's wedding commemoration prize, contributed by the Osaka Mainichi (daily paper) was given to Prof. S. Kusano, D.Sc., of the Tokyo Imperial University for his work on fungi, to Prof. C. Oguchi, D.M., of the Nagoya Medical College for his research on Oguchi's disease, to Prof. Y. Furutake, D.M., of the Osaka Imperial University for his discovery of kynurenin,
JAPAN. JAMA. 1933;100(20):1619. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740200053022
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