Issue Date: January 18, 2010
ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry
Distinguished service awards recognize the outstanding contributions that a member of a research community has made to his or her field. This year, Richard D. Adams, the Carolina Distinguished Professor at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, was selected by his peers for the breadth of his work in advancing inorganic chemistry.
“Rick Adams is an outstanding choice for the distinguished service award,” comments Northwestern University’s Tobin J. Marks, who received the award in 2008. . . .
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