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2010 Dal Nogare Award

sander portrait 2009

Award Winner: Lane C. Sander


The Stephen Dal Nogare award, established in 1972 by The Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley, is one of the oldest and most prestigious awards given in chromatography. Stephen Dal Nogare, working at DuPont, was one of the early contributors to the field of gas chromatography and a founder of The Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley, one of the oldest chromatography discussion groups in the world. This award was established in Dal Nogare's memory to be presented annually to an outstanding scientist in the field of chromatography. The awardee is chosen on the basis of his or her contributions to the fundamental understandings of the chromatographic process. 


"For his contributions to the theory and application of chromatographic science"

For more on his research.


Award Date: March 1, 2010

Campus: Gaithersburg

Awarding Organization: The Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley

Awarding Organization Contact Name: Eric Williamsen, President

Organization Phone: 610-409-3000 x2413


Stephen A. Wise, Chief
Analytical Chemistry Division