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American Chemical Society

  • Biochemist Alison Butler is lauded for “elucidating the bioinorganic chemistry of the marine environment”

  • Craig Hawker receives an international prize for combining organic chemistry and polymer synthesis to create innovative materials

  • Award-winning UCSB professor Bruce Lipshutz is out to make organic chemistry better for the planet

  • Professor Galen Stucky was named a 2013 Fellow of the American Chemical Society for his development of powerful synthesis paradigms for the assembly of organic/inorganic composite, multifunctional systems.

  • Two UC Santa Barbara professors have been named recipients of the American Chemical Society's 2013 national awards for professional advancement. Peter C. Ford, professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Craig J.

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