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Wilmington chemist wins national award for environmentally friendly processes

Leo E. Manzer of Wilmington, Del., will be honored March 25 by the world's largest scientific society for his wide-ranging contributions to the development of more benign industrial processes, such as replacements for ozone-damaging chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs. He will receive the 2003 E.V. Murphree Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry from the American Chemical Society at its national...

Wilmington researcher receives award for combating terrorism with chemistry

Richard W. Rees, Ph.D., formerly of in Wilmington, Del., will be recognized Sunday, August 18, by the world's largest scientific society for developing a versatile family of plastics used to make a glass interlayer that minimizes falling and flying glass during bomb explosions, automobile accidents, and storms. ...... Rees will be honored as a Hero of Chemistry at the American Chemical Society'...

Wilmington researchers receive award for using chemistry to protect food supply

W. Mark Barbour, Ph.D., Mark A. Jensen, Ph.D., George Tice and Susan Tseng of in Wilmington, Del., will be recognized Sunday, August 18, by the world's largest scientific society for developing a system that can detect harmful pathogens in our food supply....... The DuPont team will be honored as Heroes of Chemistry at the American Chemical Society's 224th national meeting in Boston, along with...
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