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Penn chemist Ralph F. Hirschmann among 12 scientists selected to receive the 2000 National Medal of Science

...produce new bodies of knowledge for the benefit of society for many years to come." Hirschmann was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1981 and elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1999. He has also received the Arthur C. Cope Medal -- the American Chemical Societys hi...

North Carolina researcher receives award for new ant-HIV drug that simplifies treatment regime

...ed on December 8 by the world's largest scientific society for her contributions to the development of a new anti-HIV drug that can dramatically simplify treatment. She will receive one of four 2000 Industrial Innovation Awards at the American Chemical Society's Southeast-Southwest Combined Regional Meeting ...

Product Quality Research Institutes (PQRI)

...anaged by AAPS. AAPS is a professional, scientific society of more than 11,000 members employed in academia, industry, government and other research institutes worldwide. Founded in 1986, AAPS aims to advance science through the open exchange of scientific knowledge, serve as an information resource, and con...

Newspaper science editor wins top chemistry reporting award

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for his noteworthy contributions to increased public understanding of chemistry. He will receive the 2001 James T. Grady-James H. Stack Award for Interpreting Chemistry for the Public from the American Chemical Society at its 221st national meeting...

Cincinnati chemist wins national award for medical contributions

...has been honored by the world's largest scientific society for his diverse contributions toward the development of artificial blood, liquid ventilation, new burn treatments and other medical products. He received the 2001 Award for Creative Work in Fluorine Chemistry from the American Chemical Society during...

Pasadena chemist wins national invention award

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for developing new ways to "see" the structure and action of molecules - fundamental achievements that have led to new strategies for chemotherapy, for example. He will receive the 2001 Award for Creative Invention from the American Chemical Society ...

Wilmington chemist wins national award for drug development

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for directing the development of such drugs as Zocor for high cholesterol, Trusopt for glaucoma, and Crixivan and Sustiva for HIV. He will receive the 2001 Award in Industrial Chemistry from the American Chemical Society at its 221st national meetin...

Stony Brook chemist wins national award for drug discoveries

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for his achievements in discovering and assembling new drug candidates, such as second-generation cancer drugs based on taxol. He will receive the 2001 E.B. Hershberg Award for Important Discoveries in Medicinally Active Substances from the American ...

Harvard chemist wins national award for creating new molecules

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for his achievements in developing ways to tailor-make molecules useful in the pharmaceutical industry. He will receive the 2001 Award for Creative Work in Synthetic Organic Chemistry from the American Chemical Society at its national meeting in San ...

Pasadena chemist wins national award for new materials research

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for his innovative approach to making materials for artificial blood vessels and other applications. He will receive the 2001 Award in Polymer Chemistry from the American Chemical Society at its 221st national meeting in San Diego. The polymer chemis...

South Pasadena chemist wins national award for designing new catalysts

... honored April 3 by the world's largest scientific society for his achievements in designing more efficient catalysts, molecules that can assemble polymers or pharmaceuticals. He will receive the 2001 Herbert C. Brown Award for Creative Research in Synthetic Methods from the American Chemical Society at its ...

Berlin chemist wins U.S. award for reaction studies

...has been honored by the world's largest scientific society for his fundamental insights into the step-by-step processes by which molecules react with each other. He received the 2001 Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry from the American Chemical Society a...

Japanese chemist wins U.S. award for molecular discoveries

... honored June 12 by the world's largest scientific society for discovering fundamental ways to build mirror i...after the war, he grew up hoping "to contribute to society by becoming a talented chemist," he said. "Chemistry is not only beautiful and exciting but also gre...

Finding sobriety, and saving money, through spirituality

...f important questions to pursue next." "We as a society are fortunate to have a developed system of self-help organizations that do not cost the taxpayer or the health-care system a dime," said Humphreys. "Organizations like AA not only reduce human misery, they also take a big burden off of our increasi...

Illinois researcher receives award for developing a better sunscreen

... honored June 11 by the world's largest scientific society for developing a better, longer-lasting sunscreen. He will receive one of four 2001 Industrial Innovation Awards at the American Chemical Society's Central/Great Lakes joint regional meeting in Grand Rapids, Mich. "Craig's unique combination of techn...

New study highlights impact of bipolar disorder on society

...ear. The research on what this means in cost to UK society was conducted by Catalyst, a health-economics consultancy. However, while the actual monetary cost may vary from country to country, it is believed that the basic socioeconomic consequences of the disease are universal. Risperdal (risperidone) Found ...

Drug war strategy: First fund enforcement then switch to treatment, says O.R. paper

...r at Carnegie Mellon University and RAND. "Ideally society would catch a new epidemic early, intervene very aggressively on both the demand and supply side, and short-circuit the drug outbreak. Very quickly, however, an epidemic can become sufficiently established that the best policy is to moderate the epid...

Effective surgery fails to attract patients unless costs are low

...rective procedure; and the cost of the disorder to society in terms of an untreated patient's reduced economi...left untreated, trichiasis will cost a patient and society an average of $89 in lost production over a lifetime (all monetary figures are reported in 1998 U.S....

Wayne State chemist wins national award for new ways to make nature's molecules

...honored August 28 by the worlds largest scientific society for streamlining the laboratory steps to make complicated molecules, either previously unknown or found in nature. He will receive the 2001 Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award from the American Chemical Society at its national meeting in Chicago. What I do ...

Arizona researchers receive award for antibacterial, foaming hand wash

...onored October 29 by the worlds largest scientific society for developing an antibacterial, foaming hand wash. They will receive one of two 2001 Industrial Innovation Awards at the American Chemical Societys Western regional meeting in Santa Barbara, Calif. The hand wash, called Dial Complete , is mild on...

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