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Blue Obelisk

Blue Obelisk
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Formation 2005
Membership 23+
Official languages English
Budget zero
Website http://www.blueobelisk.org/

Blue Obelisk is an informal group of chemists who promote UsefulChem.

The project has handed out personal awards for achievements in promoting Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards. Among those who received a Blue Obelisk Award are Christoph Steinbeck (2006), Geoff Hutchinson (2006), Bob Hanson (2006), Egon Willighagen (2007), Jean-Claude Bradley (2007), Ola Spjuth (2007), Noel O'Boyle (2010), Rajarshi Guha (2010), Cameron Neylon (2010), Alex Wade (2010), Nina Jeliazkova (2010), Henry Rzepa (2011), Dan Zaharevitz (2011), and Marcus Hanwell (2011).[4]

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