Sergey Krylov wins Maxxam Award
Professor Sergey Krylov, Canada Research Chair in Bioanalytical Chemistry, is the recipient of the Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC) Maxxam Award. Presented by Maxxam Analytics, a single award is given annually to an academic or industrial scientist who has made a distinguished contribution to the field of analytical chemistry while working in Canada.
“I am very honoured to be chosen for the 2014 Maxxam Award. It’s a great distinction for myself, my colleagues and collaborators,” said Krylov.
Krylov used his expertise in physical chemistry and applied mathematics to create the general theory of kinetic capillary electrophoresis. He also contributed to the field of analytical chemistry through training more than 80 students and postdoctoral fellows currently working in the Canadian industry and academia.
Krylov was presented the awards at the CSC’s June, 2014 Chemistry Conference and Exhibition in Vancouver.
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