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2016 Outstanding Referee

Posted: in Emeritus, Physical, Mar 08, 2016

BYU professor emeritus Douglas Henderson has been chosen by the editors of the APS Physical Review Journals as a 2016 Outstanding Referee. Congratulations!

Press release contact: Eunice Toro, American Physical Society, enuice@aps.org, 631-591-4047

Ridge, NY, 19 February 2016 — The American Physical Society (APS) has selected 146 Outstanding Referees for 2016 that have been exceptionally helpful in assessing manuscripts for publication in the Physical Review journals. The decisions were difficult and there are many ...

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Milton Lee Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted: in Analytical, Emeritus, Mar 08, 2016

At the Pittcon 2016 oral symposium, held in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 7, Dr. Milton L. Lee was honored with the 2016 LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award. This annual award, started eight years ago by LCGC North America (the largest publication dedicated to chromatography), honors one iconic figure in the field of chromatography.

Lee certainly is an iconic figure. He has obtained 20 patents, received 35 major awards, commercialized three instruments, founded three analytical ...

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Woolley's Research Makes Cover of Analyst Journal

Posted: in Analytical, Faculty, Student, Mar 02, 2016

The Woolley group was honored to have the title and image of their recent article featured on the cover of Analyst.  The article, titled "Development of an integrated microfluidic solid-phase extraction and electrophoresis device," can be found here.

See the full journal cover here.

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Singh and Linford’s Research Makes Cover of ABC Journal

Posted: in Alumni, Analytical, Faculty, Feb 25, 2016

Bhupinder Singh, who received his PhD from BYU in December 2015, was honored to find an article featured on the cover of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry in which he was the lead author.

The article, titled “Multi-instrument characterization of five nanodiamond samples: a thorough example of nanomaterial characterization,” was the culmination of a project Singh started when he first joined Dr. Matthew R. Linford’s lab in December 2011.

Nanodiamonds are produced in explosions that ...

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Post-Doc Student's Opinion Piece Published in Journal

Posted: in Analytical, Dec 28, 2015

Abhijit Ghosh, a postdoctoral research associate working with Dr. Milton Lee, had an opinion piece published in The Analytical Scientist. The piece discusses the importance of two innovations in analytical science, solid phase micro-extraction and comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography.

Read his comments in the In My View section of the December 2015 addition here.

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Milton Lee Makes Top 100

Posted: in Analytical, Faculty, Dec 07, 2015

Dr. Milton Lee was named on the Analytical Science Power List 2015--a list of the hundred most influential researchers/engineers/software developers/business leaders in the field of analytical science. The Power List is created by the journal, The Analytical Scientist, and Dr. Lee was also featured on its first list in 2013.

Nominations are chosen for the Power List by a jury of well-respected scientists and the journal editorial team.

Congratulations to Dr. Lee ...

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Milton Lee to be Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted: in Faculty, Nov 23, 2015

Dr. Milton L. Lee has been chosen to receive the 2016 LCGC Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award. The award will be presented to Lee this March at the Pittcon 2016 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. 

"The Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award honors a seasoned professional for a lifetime of contributions to the advancement of chromatographic techniques and applications," reads the announcement article in LCGC. "Professor Lee's work stands out for its broad range across both ...

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Jennifer Nielson: Teacher First, Chemist Second

Posted: Nov 03, 2015

BYU professor Jennifer Nielson is a chemistry enthusiast, humanitarian, and self-proclaimed "nerd"--but first and foremost, she is a teacher. 

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