The Mendel Medalist for 1930 is Dr. Albert F. Zahm, one of America's pioneers in scientific aeronautics. Dr. Zahm has made a series of inventions in this science, was the first to develop a modern aerodynamic laboratory and has written a history of aerial navigation, as well as a great number of scientific papers and reports. Dr. Zahm, at present, holds the Daniel Guggenheim Chair of Aeronautics in the Library of Congress.
The Mendel Medal Bulletin. Villanova College, Villanova, Pennsylvania, III:12 (1931).