Volume 85 Issue 7 | p. 88 | Awards
Issue Date: February 12, 2007

Guillermo C. Bazan

Department: ACS News

Rachel Petkewich

When Guillermo C. Bazan played with lizards during his childhood in Argentina, he noticed that the critters lose their tails. Bazan recalls at age nine turning to his chemistry set to create a glue for reattaching the reptilian appendages. Although the tails never stuck, his first experience with chemistry did.

His family moved to Canada a few years later. Halfway through college at the University of Ottawa, he got a summer job . . .

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