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Harden McConnell named winner of 2002 Welch Award in Chemistry

Stanford chemist Harden McConnell has been named the 2002 winner of the Welch Award for lifetime achievement in basic...chemical research. The formal announcement was made May 30 at a Faculty Club luncheon sponsored by the Welch Foundation of Houston. ...... McConnell -- the Robert Eckles Swain Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus -- is the 32nd recipient of the award, which includes a gold medallio...

Welch Award honors McConnell for insights into physical chemistry, cell membranes

HOUSTON, May 30, 2002 Thanks in part to the pioneering work of Stanford Universitys Harden McConnell, scientists are beginning to understand a number of fundamental molecular properties of cell membranes, including those related to the regulation of cholesterol and the activation of the bodys immune system. Today, The Welch Foundation announced that Dr. McConnell will receive its 2002 Welch Awar...
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