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Alex Miller receives 2021 NC-ACS Distinguished Lecture Award

Alex Miller receives 2021 NC-ACS Distinguished Lecture Award

September 14, 2021 | By UNC-Chapel Hill Chemistry Communication

We are pleased to share that Alex Miller, associate professor of chemistry, is the recipient of the 2021 NC-ACS Distinguished Lecture Award.  

The Miller Lab’s research revolves around transformations relevant to global energy concerns, including the storage of solar energy in chemical fuels, proton-coupled electron transfer reactions and hydrocarbon transformations. Miller is the co-founder of The Safety Net, a web resource dedicated to sharing lab safety resources and improving communication about safe practices. 

The award is given annually to a chemist within the North Carolina section of the American Chemical Society who has made significant and recognized research contributions to the chemical sciences. The awardee receives a monetary award and plaque will serve as the keynote speaker at the annual NC-ACS local section conference this fall.  

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