M.S. Tswett Chromatography Memorial Medal
In 1979, Clark Hamilton was the recipient of the distinguished M.S. Tswett Chromatography Memorial Medal, which is awarded to those scientists whose services were most essential to the development of the theory and practice of chromatography.
The medal was issued in 1978 to honor the 75th anniversary of the discovery of chromatography by M.S. Tswett, and awarded by the Scientific Council on Chromatography of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R..
Gold Winner of the MassEcon Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Award
In 2013, Hamilton Storage Technologies was named the Southeast Gold winner of the MassEcon Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Award, which celebrates companies that have made an outstanding contribution to the Massachusetts economy. MassEcon selected winners based on job growth, facility expansion, and investment since January 1, 2012, as well as other criteria including community involvement. Finalists competed on a regional basis, defined as West, Central, Southeast, Northeast, and Greater Boston.
Hamilton Storage Technologies is a global leader in automated sample management and storage systems serving the life science industry. The company recently moved its headquarters from Hopkinton, Mass. to a state-of-the-art facility in Franklin, Mass., more than quadrupling space in a customizable, open floor plan with plenty of room to grow. In addition, the designs of the interiors provide more collaborative and productive work environments for employees.
Silver Award Winner of the 2015 IBO Industrial Design Award
Hamilton Storage Technologies' LabElite I.D. Reader was awarded Instrument Business Outlook's (IBO) 2015 Silver Award for laboratory equipment industrial design. The I.D. Reader's innovative industrial design clearly distinguishes it by creating an appealing visual appearance and enhanced end-user experience.