Issue Date: May 26, 2008
Harrison Howe Award Nominations
NOMINATIONS are being accepted for the ACS Rochester Section’s Harrison Howe Award, named for one of the section’s founders. The annual award recognizes and encourages outstanding contributions to chemistry defined in its broadest sense by a scientist who shows the potential for further achievement. The prize consists of a plaque, an honorarium, and paid travel expenses to deliver a lecture at the annual Harrison Howe Award Symposium at the University of Rochester.
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