Pauling Medal

2015 Pauling Medalist:

Barry Trost

Prof. Barry M Trost

Tamaki Professor of Humanities and Sciences
Stanford University 

PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1965
BA University of Pennsylvania, 1962

Barry M Trost, the Tamaki Professor of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University has been awarded the 2015 Linus Pauling Medal Award for "outstanding contributions to chemistry meriting national and international recognition."  Trost will be honored at a symposium and banquet on December 5, 2015 at Oregon State University.  The Linus Pauling Medal Award has been given annually since 1966 by the ACS Puget Sound, Oregon, and Portland Sections of the American Chemical Society.  The award is named after its first winner, Nobel Laureate, Linus Pauling, a native of the Pacific Northwest.

December 5, 2015
Time: 1:00-5:00pm
Location: LaSells Stewart Center
Seminar Flyer

Prof. Tom Scanlan, OHSU
 Prof. Mark Lautens, U. Toronto
Prof. Bernhard Breit, U. Freiburg
Prof. Barry Trost, Stanford

Banquet/Reception & Research Poster Session:
December 5, 2015
Time: 5:00-6:00pm Poster Session, 6:00-11:00pm Banquet/Reception
Location: LaSells Stewart Center
The symposium, sponsored by these ACS sections and hosted by the Oregon Section and Oregon State University, is free and open to the public (no registration required).  The Award Banquet requires semi-formal/business-informal attire, registration and the purchase of a banquet ticket.  The deadline for registration is TBA. 

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