Barry Sharpless is Awarded the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
On Wednesday, October 10, K. Barry Sharpless, W.M. Keck Professor
of Chemistry, The Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology at
TSRI, was awarded the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Brief: Three Seminal Reactions from the Sharpless lab
For those interested in the scientific details, here's a closer
look at three seminal discoveries by TSRI's newest Nobel laureate.
Barry Sharpless Steps into the Spotlight
Two decades after the "Eureka" moment in his work producing
molecules of one "handedness," TSRI chemist K. Barry Sharpless
is suddenly the center of attention.