Issue Date: January 4, 2016
E. Bright Wilson Award In Spectroscopy: Robert G. Griffin
Sponsor: ACS Division of Physical Chemistry
Citation: For the transformational solid-state NMR methods of dipolar recoupling and high-frequency dynamic nuclear polarization that enable structure determination in complex chemical, materials, and biological systems.
Current position: professor of chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Education: B.S., chemistry, University of Arkansas; Ph.D., physical chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis
Griffin on what gets him inspired: “When I see a scientific or technical problem that cannot be solved with existing . . .
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