Our Editors Win Big at the 2017 ACS National Awards

The winners of the 2017 ACS National Awards were announced at the 252nd ACS Annual Meeting in Philadelphia this month. A number of ACS editors came away from the meeting with major awards. The majority of the 2017 ACS National Awards will be presented at an awards ceremony held during the 253rd ACS National Meeting in San Francisco.

***
bertozzi
Carolyn R. Bertozzi (Editor-in-Chief of ACS Central Science) won the Arthur C. Cope Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of organic chemistry in the past five years. Read more about her research.

***

M. G. Finn

M. G. Finn (Editor-in-Chief of ACS Combinatorial Science) won an Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award recognizing and encouraging excellence in organic chemistry. Read more about his research.

***
tolman formal shot scaled
William B. Tolman (Editor-in-Chief of Inorganic Chemistry) won the ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry recognizing individuals who advanced inorganic chemistry by significant service in addition to the performance of outstanding research. Read more about his research.

***
bgd
Benjamin G. Davis (Senior Editor of ACS Central Science) won the Ronald Breslow Award for Achievement in Biomimetic Chemistry recognizing outstanding contributions to the field of biomimetic chemistry. Read more about his research.

***
Gruebele
Martin Gruebele (Associate Editor of JACS) won the Nakanishi Prize recognizing and stimulating significant work that extends chemical and spectroscopic methods to the study of important biological phenomena. Read more about his research.

***
KotovNick53-662x441
Nicholas A. Kotov (Associate Editor of ACS Nano) won the ACS Award in Colloid Chemistry, recognizing and encouraging outstanding scientific contributions to colloid chemistry. Read more about his research.

***
dr-robert-kennedy
Robert T. Kennedy (Associate Editor of Analytical Chemistry) won the ACS Award in Chromatography, recognizing outstanding contributions to the fields of chromatography. Read more about his research.

***
Sigman_2016_2
Matthew S. Sigman (Associate Editor of JACS) won the ACS Award for Creative Work in Synthetic Organic Chemistry recognizing outstanding achievement in the development or application of mass spectrometry. Read more about his research.

***
towns,marcy
Marcy H. Towns (Associate Editor of the Journal of Chemical Education) won the ACS Award for Achievement in Research for the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry recognizing outstanding contributions to experimental research that have increased our understanding of chemical pedagogy and led to the improved teaching and learning of chemistry. Read more about her research.
***
Walt2016
David R. Walt (Associate Editor of Analytical Chemistry) won the Kathryn C. Hach Award for Entrepreneurial Success recognizing outstanding entrepreneurs who have created a commercially viable business within the chemical enterprise. Read more about his research.

***
wysocki_0
Vicki H. Wysocki (Associate Editor of Analytical Chemistry) won the Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry recognizing outstanding achievement in the development or application of mass spectrometry. Read more about her research.
***

Check back often in the coming months for profiles of the winners and more ACS Publications journal news.