TSRI and the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Individuals across campus react with excitement to the news
that TSRI investigator K. Barry Sharpless is a winner of the
2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Well Spent: Foundations Support Cutting-Edge Science
research of Nobel laureate K. Barry Sharpless and other innovative
scientists at TSRI would not be possible without support from
foundations, donors, and agencies.
on the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
For those interested in what the press had to say on TSRI
investigator K. Barry Sharpless and the 2001 Nobel Prize in
Chemistry, here are some links:
K. Barry Sharpless Receives Nobel Prize from Sweden's King
On Monday, December 10, TSRI Professor K. Barry
Sharpless officially received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
from the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf in a ceremony with
much pageantry. Video coverage of the award ceremony and other
information about the proceedings are available on The Nobel
Foundation web site. A picture of the ceremony is available
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.