Categories: Japanese Notables.
勝子 was born in 1920. She passed away in 2007.
Awards and honors
1958 - established the Society of Japanese Women Scientists to promote women in the sciences and contribute to world peace. 1979 - named executive director of the Geochemical Laboratory. 1980 - first woman elected to the Science Council of Japan. 1981 - won the Avon Special Prize for Women, for researching peaceful uses of nuclear power and raising the status of women scientists. 1981 - established the Saruhashi Prize, given yearly to a female scientist who serves as a role model for younger women scientists. 1985 - first woman to win the Miyake Prize for geochemistry. 1993 - won the Tanaka Prize from the Society of Sea Water Sciences.
Saruhashi was an honorary member of the Geochemical Society of Japan and the Oceanographical Society of Japan.
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On 20 Jun 2018 at 14:33 GMT Nicolas LaPointe wrote: