The Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award

Tuesday, March 21, 2023 8:30 AM to 11:50 AM · 3 hr. 20 min. (America/Toronto)
Onsite Session
Nanotechnology & Materials Science


The Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award is given annually to a researcher who has made a significant and independent impact in the area of analytical chemistry within the first ten years after his or her doctoral degree. Jeffrey Dick and his group work at the interface of chemistry, biology, and nanotechnology, and they are particularly interested in applications of electrochemistry to micro and nanoscale biological systems. They have demonstrated that electrochemistry is a powerful tool to study these systems, and they have shown that nanoelectrode probes can be fabricated with dimensions similar to biological macromolecules (5-15 nm in diameter). Such small electrodes make it possible to study the behavior of single molecules and nanoparticles.
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