Special IJMS issue in honor of Prof. Eyler

“The December edition in the International Journal of Mass Spectrometry is dedicated to Professor Emeritus John R. Eyler’s life-long contributions in the field of mass spectrometry. This special issue includes 26 manuscripts from colleagues, friends, and peers with the general theme: Probing the Structures of Ionic Complexes by Photons, Electrons, Collisions, Reactions and Mass. John will be presented with a print version of the issue in his honor at the 2012 Lake Arrowhead Conference on Gas Phase Ion Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry (Lake Arrowhead, CA, January 13-15). We congratulate John on a well-deserved recognition, and hope that he will continue to share his wisdom with his colleagues at UF!”

Special IJMS issue in honor of Prof. Eyler

“The December edition in the International Journal of Mass Spectrometry is dedicated to Professor Emeritus John R. Eyler’s life-long contributions in the field of mass spectrometry. This special issue includes 26 manuscripts from colleagues, friends, and peers with the general theme: Probing the Structures of Ionic Complexes by Photons, Electrons, Collisions, Reactions and Mass. John will be presented with a print version of the issue in his honor at the 2012 Lake Arrowhead Conference on Gas Phase Ion Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry (Lake Arrowhead, CA, January 13-15). We congratulate John on a well-deserved recognition, and hope that he will continue to share his wisdom with his colleagues at UF!”

Prof. Castellano awarded ACS New Directions Grant

“Ron Castellano, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, has received an American Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Fund New Directions Grant (ACS-ND). The two-year grant is in the amount of $100,000 and will support a new research project titled “The Selective and Sequential Chemistry of Electronically-Coupled Lactones”. The New Directions Grant Program aims to stimulate a new direction of research for established faculty, and to support the careers of their student scientists and engineers.”

Prof. Castellano awarded ACS New Directions Grant

“Ron Castellano, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, has received an American Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Fund New Directions Grant (ACS-ND). The two-year grant is in the amount of $100,000 and will support a new research project titled “The Selective and Sequential Chemistry of Electronically-Coupled Lactones”. The New Directions Grant Program aims to stimulate a new direction of research for established faculty, and to support the careers of their student scientists and engineers.”

Prof. Roitberg received the Raices Prize

“Prof. Adrian Roitberg received the Raices Prize in Argentina on October 6th, 2011. The award is given to an Argentinian Scientist who lives abroad and is actively engaged with science and scientists in Argentina and has strengthened scientific and technological capabilities in Argentina. The medal was awarded by the minister of education.”

Prof. Roitberg received the Raices Prize

“Prof. Adrian Roitberg received the Raices Prize in Argentina on October 6th, 2011. The award is given to an Argentinian Scientist who lives abroad and is actively engaged with science and scientists in Argentina and has strengthened scientific and technological capabilities in Argentina. The medal was awarded by the minister of education.”