Meldola was a member of many scientific societies: FRAS; FIC; FCS (London and Berlin); MPS; The Geologists Association; The Royal Anthropological Institute; Entomological Society of London. He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1886 (Charles Darwin was one of his proposers), awarded the Davy Medal in 1913, and was Vice-President of the Council from 1914-1915.
Meldola was President of the Entomological Society, 1895-1897; the Chemical Society, 1905-1907; Society of Dyers and Colourists, 1907-1910; Society of Chemical Industry 1908-1909; Institute of Chemistry, 1912-1915. He was the first president of the Maccabaeans, 1891-1915. In his honour the Royal Society of Chemistry award the Meldola medal each year.
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