James G. Anderson (left), the Philip S. Weld Professor in Chemistry at Harvard University, was awarded the 2021 Dreyfus Prize, conferred in Environmental Chemistry, on September 23. Scott Walter (right), President of the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, presented the Prize to Dr. Anderson in the company of his wife Shirine Boulos Anderson, Theodore Betley (Chair, Department of Chemistry), Daniel Nocera (Patterson Rockwood Professor of Chemistry and Dreyfus Board member), and Scott Siegel (Executive Director, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation). A formal public ceremony to honor Dr. Anderson is planned to be held at Harvard in 2022. See this page for more details on Dr. Anderson’s research and his receipt of the Dreyfus Prize.