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ACS Nano, research on a pioneering RMN-based technique to distinguish optical isomers
The Galileo Galilei Award established by the city of Padua in Italy where Galilleo taught for some 18 years was awarded to Austen Angell in Yokohama, Japan in June. It is designated for the science of ionic materials, and is voted on by the international advisory board (40 members) of the International Symposium on Polymer Electrolytes, and the awardee of the biennium has to be an active participant in the Symposium. In addition the 15th Otto Schott Research Award was presented to Prof. Austen Angell in St. Malo in July. He received the award for his pioneering, lasting scientific contributions throughout his illustrious research career.
George PettitRecognized as one of the “Heroes of Chemistry” for contributions to health and energy by the American Chemical Society. https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/newsreleases/2018/may/heroes-of-chemistry-recognized-for-contributions-to-health-and-energy.html
Jia Guo Interviewed and featured in Technology Networks magazine (article forthcoming).
Congratulations to Professor Ranko Richert, who was the recipient in June and July of a 2018 Gauss Professorship from the University of Göttingen, Germany. The Gauss Professorship was established to commemorate the achievements of the famous German mathematician and scientist Carl Friedrich Gauss, on the 100th anniversary of his death, and is awarded to scientists who have made outstanding contributions in one of Gauss's primary fields of interest: astronomy, geophysics, mathematics, and physics. Gauss Professors are invited to give lectures and seminars in an effort to cultivate the exchange of scientific ideas. Professor Richert spent several weeks in Göttingen where he collaborated with Professor Konrad Samwer.