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ield of mass spectrometry and permitted the analysis of complex molecules such as peptides, proteins and DNA. Mass spectrometry is the technique used to map the human genome. (Thursday, Nov. 11, 5:15-6:30 p.m., Auditorium)

Banquet honoring Ernest Eliel Professor Ernest Eliel of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will be honored at a banquet Nov. 12. Professor Eliel is a world-recognized scientist and a pioneer in stereochemistry and conformational analysis the relationship of molecules to one another. He is a past president of the American Chemical Society. (Friday, Nov. 12, 7:00 p.m., Crystal Coast Ballroom, $35/ticket, free for reporters)

The following awards will be presented at the meeting:

  • Brian Looney ACS Industrial Innovation Award for work done at the Savannah River Technology Center in Aiken, S.C., on a method for supplying a volatile, nontoxic, nonflammable organic phosphate to contaminated soil for biomediation.

  • Ben Yerxa ACS Industrial Innovation Award for work done at Inspire Pharmaceuticals in Durham, N.C., on identifying the role that P2Y2 receptors play in tear secretion which led to the development of a treatment for dry eye.

For more on the meeting, please go to http://membership.acs.org/s/serm2004. Please direct press inquiries to Sol Levine, General Chair, 919-676-3740 serm2004@mindspring.com.


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