Pittcon announces winners of 2010 awards
Pittcon has announced the recipients of ten prestigious awards recognising significant contributions in the fields of analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy.
The awards will be presented at Pittcon 2010, which will take place 28 February to 5 March 2010.
The awardees represent diverse scientific disciplines including bioanalytical science, biomedical, chromatography, electrochemistry, mass spectrometry, nanotechnology, separations science and vibrational spectroscopy.
The 2010 Pittcon Heritage Award will be presented to Prof Walter Jennings, cofounder of JandW Scientific and professor at the University of California.
The Analytical Chemistry Award for Young Investigators in Separation Science goes to Christy Haynes, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota.
The Bomem-Michelson Award goes to Prof Richard Van Duyne, professor of chemistry at Northwestern University.
The Charles N Reilley Award goes to Richard M Crooks, chair in materials chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley Dal Nogare Award goes to Lane Sander, leader of the Organic Chemical Metrology Group within the Analytical Chemistry Division, NIST.
The Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award goes to Lloyd Smith, professor of chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin.
The Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award goes to Joshua Coon, assistant professor of chemistry and biomolecular chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award goes to Robin Hochstrasser from the University of Pennsylvania.
The Ralph N Adams Award goes to Catherine Fenselau, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Maryland.
The Williams-Wright Award goes to Patrick J Treado, founder and chief technology officer of Chemimage Corporation.
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