Stories with the tag: Awards and Honors
Steven Ashby, deputy director for science and technology at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, elected AAAS Fellow.
Release Date: 11/25/2013
The Joint Global Change Research Institute has announced its new director will be Ghassem Asrar, who brings experience to the institute from the World Climate Research Programme, NASA, USDA and academia.
Release Date: 11/6/2013
PNNL’s Carlos Fraga has been named a 2013 HENAAC Luminary by the Great Minds in STEM™ organization for his significant contributions to the Hispanic technical community and for demonstrating noteworthy milestones in carrying the torch for promoting career
Release Date: 9/25/2013
PNNL Laboratory Fellow Morris Bullock has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry for his significant contributions to the chemical sciences
Release Date: 9/23/2013
PNNL scientist Ruby Leung has been elected as a Fellow in the American Geophysical Union for her leadership in the development and use of regional climate models to advance climate change and hydroclimate research.
Release Date: 9/9/2013
Four PNNL scientists selected for membership in the Washington State Academy of Sciences.
Release Date: 8/5/2013
PNNL scientists Sam Bryan and Dave Koppenaal selected as Fellows in the American Chemical Society for outstanding achievements and contributions to science and the profession of chemistry.
Release Date: 7/31/2013
An instrument that can aid early diagnosis and customized treatment of disease has been named one of the past year's 100 most significant scientific and technological products or advances.
Release Date: 7/8/2013
PNNL Laboratory Fellow Morris Bullock was honored with the Royal Chemistry Society’s biennial Homogeneous Catalysis Award for his pioneering use of inexpensive metals for homogeneous catalysis.
Release Date: 6/11/2013
Court Corley and colleagues have earned a “best paper” award at an IEEE conference for their paper about a social media analysis tool that tries to make sense of billions of social media messages put out constantly by 7 billion “human sensors” — people — around the planet.
Release Date: 6/6/2013