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  • LT Dinner Lawrence Thatcher Inducted Into The College of Science Hall of Fame

    Lawrence E. Thatcher was born in Salt Lake City in 1924. He received his training in chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Utah. He graduated in 1945 with a degree in chemical engineering. Lawrence and his brother, Winston, co-founded Thatcher Chemical in 1967 in Salt Lake City and developed it into a major supplier and manufacturer of chemical products.

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  • Ronald RagsdaleIn Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Ronald Ragsdale

    Ronald Ragsdale passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at his home in Draper, Utah. He came as an assistant professor in 1963 and was promoted to full professor in 1972.

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  • Joel HarrisJoel Harris Awarded for Outstanding Achievements by the Eastern Analytical Symposium

    Joel Harris has won the 2019 Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry. The award was presented at this year’s EAS Meeting in Princeton, NJ in November.

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  • Peter StangProfessor Stang Names as a Fellow of The National Academy of Inventors

    University of Utah distinguished professor of chemistry Peter Stang and professor of pediatrics Anne Blaschke were two of 168 academic inventors named as Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors for 2019. Stang opened pathways in organic chemistry reactions and now explores ways to form molecules into self-assembled geometric shapes. Blaschke played key roles in developing molecular tests for rapidly diagnosing infectious diseases.

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  • LT Dinner Lawrence Thatcher Inducted Into The College of Science Hall of Fame

    Lawrence E. Thatcher was born in Salt Lake City in 1924. He received his training in chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Utah. He graduated in 1945 with a degree in chemical engineering. Lawrence and his brother, Winston, co-founded Thatcher Chemical in 1967 in Salt Lake City and developed it into a major supplier and manufacturer of chemical products.

    Read more

  • Ronald RagsdaleIn Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Ronald Ragsdale

    Ronald Ragsdale passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at his home in Draper, Utah. He came as an assistant professor in 1963 and was promoted to full professor in 1972.

    Read more

  • Joel HarrisJoel Harris Awarded for Outstanding Achievements by the Eastern Analytical Symposium

    Joel Harris has won the 2019 Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry. The award was presented at this year’s EAS Meeting in Princeton, NJ in November.

    Read more

  • Peter StangProfessor Stang Names as a Fellow of The National Academy of Inventors

    University of Utah distinguished professor of chemistry Peter Stang and professor of pediatrics Anne Blaschke were two of 168 academic inventors named as Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors for 2019. Stang opened pathways in organic chemistry reactions and now explores ways to form molecules into self-assembled geometric shapes. Blaschke played key roles in developing molecular tests for rapidly diagnosing infectious diseases.

    Read more

  • LT Dinner Lawrence Thatcher Inducted Into The College of Science Hall of Fame

    Lawrence E. Thatcher was born in Salt Lake City in 1924. He received his training in chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Utah. He graduated in 1945 with a degree in chemical engineering. Lawrence and his brother, Winston, co-founded Thatcher Chemical in 1967 in Salt Lake City and developed it into a major supplier and manufacturer of chemical products.

    Read more

  • Ronald RagsdaleIn Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Ronald Ragsdale

    Ronald Ragsdale passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at his home in Draper, Utah. He came as an assistant professor in 1963 and was promoted to full professor in 1972.

    Read more

  • Joel HarrisJoel Harris Awarded for Outstanding Achievements by the Eastern Analytical Symposium

    Joel Harris has won the 2019 Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry. The award was presented at this year’s EAS Meeting in Princeton, NJ in November.

    Read more

  • Peter StangProfessor Stang Names as a Fellow of The National Academy of Inventors

    University of Utah distinguished professor of chemistry Peter Stang and professor of pediatrics Anne Blaschke were two of 168 academic inventors named as Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors for 2019. Stang opened pathways in organic chemistry reactions and now explores ways to form molecules into self-assembled geometric shapes. Blaschke played key roles in developing molecular tests for rapidly diagnosing infectious diseases.

    Read more

  • LT Dinner Lawrence Thatcher Inducted Into The College of Science Hall of Fame

    Lawrence E. Thatcher was born in Salt Lake City in 1924. He received his training in chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Utah. He graduated in 1945 with a degree in chemical engineering. Lawrence and his brother, Winston, co-founded Thatcher Chemical in 1967 in Salt Lake City and developed it into a major supplier and manufacturer of chemical products.

    Read more

  • Ronald RagsdaleIn Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Ronald Ragsdale

    Ronald Ragsdale passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at his home in Draper, Utah. He came as an assistant professor in 1963 and was promoted to full professor in 1972.

    Read more

  • Joel HarrisJoel Harris Awarded for Outstanding Achievements by the Eastern Analytical Symposium

    Joel Harris has won the 2019 Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry. The award was presented at this year’s EAS Meeting in Princeton, NJ in November.

    Read more

  • Peter StangProfessor Stang Names as a Fellow of The National Academy of Inventors

    University of Utah distinguished professor of chemistry Peter Stang and professor of pediatrics Anne Blaschke were two of 168 academic inventors named as Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors for 2019. Stang opened pathways in organic chemistry reactions and now explores ways to form molecules into self-assembled geometric shapes. Blaschke played key roles in developing molecular tests for rapidly diagnosing infectious diseases.

    Read more

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