The State Advisory Council on Science and Technology is soliciting nominations for the 6th annual Governor's Medal for Science and Technology.

Qualified individuals must have at least five years of distinguished service to the state in engineering, mathematics, physical sciences or life sciences. Outstanding educators in these same fields also are eligible for the medal.Nominations must be made by a Utahn and should include a resume and a letter detailing the nominee's research, industrial and/or teaching accomplishments. Five copies of each nomination should be mailed before May 6 to Randy G. Moon, state science advisor, 166 State Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114.

Gov. Norm Bangerter will present each recipient with a medal and certificate during a banquet later this year.