Contents

>President's Column
>Catalyst
>Preserving Records
>Science and the Public
>
IUPAC Forum
>IUPAC News
>Awards
>IUPAC Projects
>Highlights from PAC
>New Books
>Reports from Conferences
>Web Reviews
>Conference Announcements
>Conference Calendar

Download the January
issue in pdf format.
(1.91 MB)

 

CI Homepage

Chemistry International
Vol. 24, No. 1
January 2002

 

Awards and Honors


Thomas Tidwell Receives CCA's Killam Fellowship

Thomas Tidwell, recipient of a Killam Fellowship

The Canadian Council for the Arts (CCA) announced the results of the 33rd annual competition of the Killam research fellowships. The fellowship enables its recipients to devote two years to full-time research and writing.

Recipients were chosen by a selection committee comprised of 15 eminent scientists and scholors who represent a broad range of disciplines.

Included among those chosen from the field of chemistry was Thomas Tidwell, professor at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Tidwell is recognized for his work on hightly reactive intermediates, including mechanistic studies by fast reaction techniques and synthetic applications.

As of January 2002, Tidwell is president of the IUPAC Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry Division. Following last year's restructuring, the Division activities will focus on areas of organic synthesis, structural and mechanistic organic chemistry, photochemistry, biomolecular chemistry, green chemistry, and biotechnology.

 

IUPAC Homepage

IUPAC

 


News and Notices - Organizations and People - Standing Committees
Divisions - Projects - Reports - Publications - Symposia - AMP - Links
Page last modified 20 December 2001.
Copyright © 1997-2001 International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.

Questions or comments about IUPAC, please contact the Secretariat.
Questions regarding the website, please contact iupachelp@iupac.org