Issue Date: February 10, 2014
Joel Henry Hildebrand Award In The Theoretical & Experimental Chemistry Of Liquids
Sponsored by ExxonMobil Research & Engineering
As a child, Jack H. Freed developed his own “little chemistry laboratory” in his basement, with experiments fueled in part by chemistry books checked out of Brooklyn Public Library.
He then chose to major in chemical engineering as an undergraduate at Yale University. It was a practical choice, he says, driven by uncertainty about the availability of chemistry jobs and an adviser’s recommendation that it . . .
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