James Douglas Gold Medal

Distinguished achievement in non-ferrous metallurgy, including both the benefication of ores and the alloying and utilization of non-ferrous metals.

  

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2013 - Patrick Taylor

For his distinguished career contributions and accomplishments in mineral processing and extractive metallurgy and their application in waste treatment, recycling, and reactor design.

About The James Douglas Gold Medal Award:

The James Douglas Gold Medal was established in 1922. The award recognizes distinguished achievement in nonferrous metallurgy, including both the benefication of ores and the alloying and utilization of nonferrous metals. Dr. James Douglas, founder of Phelps Dodge Corporation and twice President of AIME, was also an AIME Honorary Member. He was an industrialist, a mining engineer, a metallurgical engineer and a noted inventor of metallurgical equipment.