Graduate student, Abha Gosavi has been awarded the McBride Award. You can read more about Abha and the award here. Congratulations, Abha!
A recent Mirkin Group publication in PNAS, “Catalyst discovery through megalibraries of nanomaterials,” was featured by Science News. You can read the story here.
Chad A. Mirkin has been selected to receive the 2018 Richards Award and Medal, in recognition of “conspicuous achievements in chemistry,” from the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (ACS). Read more here.
Prof. Mirkin will receive the 2019 Netherlands Award for Supramolecular Chemistry. To read more please click here.
Prof. Mirkin’s undergraduate alma mater, Dickinson College, put out this video highlighting Chad’s inspiration, career and scientific successes—particularly in the fields of nanotechnology and health care.
Congratulations to Dr. Mike Ross & Dr. Stacey Barnaby, Mirkin Group alumni, who were married on June 2, 2018. Mike is currently a postdoc at UC Berkeley & Stacey is a Senior Chemist at Dow.
Congratulations to Mirkin Graduate Student PC Chen and Mirkin alumni Dr. Qingyuan Lin, who have both been awarded the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad. Founded by the Chinese government in 2003, the award recognizes academic excellence of non-government-funded Chinese students studying overseas among 29 countries. An award ceremony will be held on […]
Mirkin Group graduate student, PC Chen, was recently named as a recipient of the 2018 ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry (DIC) Young Investigator Award award. The award will be presented at the Fall 2018 ACS National Meeting in Boston. PC will receive a $1,000 honorarium and a plaque to commemorate his participation in the event.
Prof. Mirkin has been awarded the 2018 Harrison Howe Award. Awarded annually since 1946 by the Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the award honors Harrison Howe, one of the founders of the Rochester Section of the ACS, who was a fervent champion of research. Howe believed chemistry and the pursuit of chemical […]
Chad Mirkin is this year’s recipient of the Remsen Award from the Maryland Section of the American Chemical Society and the Chemistry Department of Johns Hopkins. The award is given each year to an outstanding chemist and consists of an honorarium ($2000) and a plaque with a citation describing the awardee’s accomplishments, both presented at […]