NERM 2012 American Chemical Society 38th Northeast Regional Meeting

September 30 - October 3 2012, Rochester, NY
Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside

               100 Years of Creating a Better Future through Chemistry


                            Harrison Howe Award Pictures

David W. McCamant (Award Presentation)

Prof. Xiaoliang Sunney Xie


Harrison Howe Lecture 

                               2012 Harrison Howe Winner



  Professor Xiaoliang Sunney Xie

(Mallinckrodt Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology)

Professor Xie and his group are working at the interface of several disciplines, striving to develop new physical and chemical tools to solve compelling biological problems. Xie has made major contributions to the emergence of the field of single-molecule biophysical chemistry and its application to biology as well as to the development of coherent Raman scattering microscopy.

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Current Chair for Harrison Howe Award is Professor Bradley Nilsson at the University of Rochester.  

Harrison Howe Symposium--New Frontiers in Imaging

 Tuesday, October 2, 2012

 1:00-5:00 pm in Grand Ballroom

1:00pm -- Keynote Lecture, Professor Xiaoliang Sunney Xie (Grand Ballroom)
                  "The Quest for Non Linear Coherent Optical Imaging for Biology and Medicine"

                              About Harrison Howe Award



The Harrison Howe Award was inaugurated in 1946 to honor one of the founders of the Rochester ACS Section. In addition to his role as a leader in the Rochester Section, Harrison Howe was the founding editor of Chemical and Engineering News and a fervent champion of industrial research and development. It was his belief that chemistry and the pursuit of chemical knowledge contribute to the betterment of society. The Harrison Howe Award is given to acknowledge and support this idea through recognition of an outstanding chemist.

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