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Honors: Jason Richards
Jason Richards (Chemistry and Biochemistry), a doctoral student in the radiochemistry program, was awarded a first-place prize in the 2017 Innovations in Nuclear Technology R&D Awards sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's office of nuclear technology R&D. His award is in the open competition in the category of nuclear science and engineering. His award-winning research paper, “Selective Partitioning of Ruthenium from Nitric Acid Media,” was published in the journal Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange in February.
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