THE JOHN SCOTT
|Stanley, Wendell M.
|Isolation of the tobacco mosaic virus in crystalline form
|Land, Edwin H.
|Invention of a substance designated "Polaroid"
|Graham, Evarts A. Dr.
|Application of the X-Ray in the treatment of the gall bladder
|Coolidge, W.D. Dr.
|Application of new principle in x-ray tubes
|Langmuir, Irving Dr.
|Physical-chemical discoveries resulting in improved incandescent lamps
|Kettering, Charles F.
|Invention of the first electrical-mechanical self starter for use in connection with automobiles
|Kelley, George S.
|Invention of the Kelley dust trap used in the prevention of Silicosis
|Ewing, James M.D.
|Pioneer work in classifying tumors, a discovery of incalculable value in the treatment of malignant growths.
|Mehl, Robert F. Dr.
|Radiography of metals
|Richards, A. Newton
|Function of the kidneys
|Tesla, Nikola Dr.
|Polyphase system of generating, transmitting, distributing and utilizing electricity
|Conrad, Frank Dr.
|Application of short wave radio
|Minot, George Richards, M.D.
|Liver cure in pernicious anemia
|Production of the Dela Vergne airconditioning apparatus
|Budd, Edward G.
|A novel method of welding, designated shot welding of stainless steel, and its fabrication into structural members of very light weight and high sustaining power.
|Emerson, George H
|Water tube fire box boilers for steam locomotive
|Mercury vapor boiler and its practical application for power purposes
|Discoveries in the field of deionization of gases and fundamental and outstanding inventions involving these discoveries
|Vauclain, Samuel M
|Manifold improvements in steam locomotive
|Temple, Robert M.
|Benjamin Franklin dough mixing and kneading machine
|Emery, Albert H.
|Mechanical device for testing materials
|Peters, Orville S.
|Electric telemeter, a recording device for noting the stresses in bridge members, etc.
|Thrust bearing for use in ships and heavy machinery
|Herr, Herbert T.
|Miscellaneous inventions and discoveries in the field of reduction gearing used in connection with the turbo-electric drive; for the air-brake for checking speed of trains; for improvements in steam turbins and internal combustion engine
Shaw, Louis A.
|Apparatus for administration of artificial respiration
|de la Cierva, Juan
Pitcairn, Harold F.
|Invention of the autogiro, its improvement and development as a propelling and stabilizing force for "heavier than air" craft, and its introduction into America
|Carrier, Willis H.
|Apparatus for air conditioning
John Scott Award Recipients in other years