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Archive – May 2011

Translated from the original article: The top U.S. researcher Professor Dr. Robert J. Cava of Princeton University has, in the meeting hall of the old Johannes Gutenberg University, been awarded the 10 000 Euro Gutenberg Lecture Award of the graduate school of Materials Science in Mainz for his research on superconductivity. Cava is one of the most well known materials scientists and with more than 500 publications is one of the most productive researchers. The solid-state chemist enjoys the w
Friday, May 27 ­ Alumni-Faculty Forum - 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. - Edward C. Taylor Auditorium Chemistry in Action: Laboratory Research Impacting Our Lives Moderator: Michael Hecht, Professor of Chemistry & Master, Forbes College Panel: George A. Scheele, M.D. '61, President & CEO, Nova-LIfe, Inc. Greg K. Bergey, M.D. '71, Professor of Neurology; Director, Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center Kenneth I. Moch '76, President and CEO, Chimerix, Inc. Doug Boothe '86, Presiden
Congratulations to Adam Hopkins of the Torquato group who has been awarded a Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship for the 2011-2012 academic year. Established in 1912 in memory of Mrs. Procter by her son, this fellowship acknowledges Adam’s distinguished work in the Chemistry Department and will provide him with full tuition and support. Honorific fellowships recognize outstanding performance and professional promise, and represent high commendation from the Princeton University Graduate
In celebration of the dedication of the Frick Chemistry Laboratory on April 8-9, 2011, the department published a book highlighting the 265,000-square-foot building designed by Hopkins Architects of London in collaboration with Payette Associates of Boston.  You may access the online version here.  Other news stories can be found at the following links: Aspire Princeton News