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Silvia Jurisson Receives 2012 Glenn T. Seaborg Award for Nuclear Chemistry
Published: March 02, 2012
Posted: March 07, 2012

Silvia S. Jurisson, professor of chemistry at the University of Missouri, Columbia, is the 2012 recipient of the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Glenn T. Seaborg Award for Nuclear Chemistry. Professor Jurisson is being honored for her research in radiochemistry, including important applications in environmental and medical science, and for her visionary work in educating the next generation of radiochemists. The award will be presented at the ACS national meeting in San Diego on March 27. Professor Jurisson, who is a grantee in the BER radiochemistry activity, will present her award address to the ACS Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology as part of a symposium in her honor at the national meeting.

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