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September 18, 2009
Eric Borguet (right) will receive the 2009 Philadelphia Section ACS Award

Eric Borguet (right) will receive the 2009 Philadelphia Section ACS Award

Next month, Temple Chemistry Professor Eric Borguet will be honored with 2009 Philadelphia Section Award by the American Chemical Society. The award recognizes an individual “who aims by conspicuous scientific achievement through research, has made important contributions to man’s knowledge and thereby aided the public appreciation of the profession.”  Borguet, whose research focuses on interfacial and nanoscale phenomena at a fundamental level, becomes the tenth current or former member of Temple faculty to receive this honor since the award’s inception in 1962.  He joins current faculty members Robert Levis, Bradford Wayland, Michael Klein, Hai-Lung Dai, Franklin Davis and Magid Abou-Gharbia, and former faculty members Daniel Swern, Mortimer Labes and Sidney Weinhouse as Philadelphia Section ACS Award recipents.

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