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Acclaimed chemistry professor wins 2 major awards
Date:7/29/2011

continues to develop Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry, a powerful analytical procedure capable of resolving and identifying thousands of different chemical components in complex mixtures ranging from petroleum to biological fluids. Since its invention, more than 775 FT-ICR instruments, with a replacement value of approximately $450 million, have been installed in laboratories worldwide.

The William H. Nichols Medal will be given in recognition of Marshall's outstanding achievements in the chemical sciences, especially in the area of FT-ICR mass spectroscopy. The Nichols Medal, established in 1903, is one of the oldest and most prestigious awards of the New York Section of the ACS. Sixteen previous Nichols Medalists have gone on to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Marshall will receive the award during the annual William H. Nichols Distinguished Symposium in White Plains, N.Y., in March 2012.

The Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award will be given to recognize Marshall's significant contributions to the field of analytical chemistry. He will receive that award during Pittcon, the world's largest conference and exposition on laboratory science, in Orlando, Fla., in March 2012. He will become only the fourth scientist to receive the three main awards of the SACP. The other two are the SACP Maurice F. Hasler Award, which Marshall won in 1997, and the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award, which he won in 2002.

"It is gratifying that both awards recognize research conducted during my 18 years at Florida State, made possible by dozens of clever and accomplished colleagues, ranging from undergraduate and graduate students to staff and faculty members here and elsewhere," Marshall said.

In recent years, Marshall's research group (http://www.magnet.fsu.edu/usershub/scientificdivisions/icr/index.html) has received a great deal of attention for its development of "petroleomics," an entirel
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Contact: Alan Marshall
amarshall@fsu.edu
850-644-0259
Florida State University
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