Suslick Receives 2007 Sir George Stokes Medal

Prof. Ken Suslick (Chemistry) has been awarded the 2007 Sir George Stokes Medal from the Royal Society of Chemistry. The medal is awarded biennially for outstanding and sustained contributions to analytical science by someone working in a complementary field, which has led to developments of seminal importance to chemical analysis.

Prof. Suslick's award citations reads: "for his interdisciplinary research on the chemical effects of ultrasound, including pioneering work on acoustic cavitation, sonocatalysis and sonoluminescence, and research on the bioinorganic and materials chemistry of metalloporphyrins and their applications as chemical sensors".

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