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Highlights from the NRC Herzberg Archives

The NRC digital repository contains a host of biographical information about Dr. Gerhard Herzberg.

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A Brilliant Light: Herzberg at USask

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Herzberg at USask shortly after his arrival in Canada in 1935/1936. Courtesy: USask Archives

Read now: Celebrating USask’s Nobel Laureate Gerhard Herzberg: A legacy in unravelling the mysteries of the microscopic world

Original published in the Green and White, 10 August 2021, written by Kathryn Warden

Video and Audio Content

USask has gathered an impressive collection of video and audio content which provides new insight into Herzberg’s life and legacy. Explore footage from the CBC Archives, the National Film Board of Canada, and original videos with USask students, faculty, and alumni.

USask commemorates Herzberg Nobel Prize with new international student award

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Gerhard Herzberg’s Nobel Prize this fall, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) chemistry department has created a new student award—the Herzberg International Equity Award—which will assist almost 50 students from 20 countries this year.

USask and CLS announce Herzberg Experimental Hall in honour of Nobel Laureate Gerhard Herzberg 

SASKATOON. As part of a national initiative to mark the 50th anniversary of Gerhard Herzberg’s Nobel Prize, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is naming the main experimental hall of the Canadian Light Source (CLS) and a prominent physics lecture theatre on campus after the renowned scientist.