Awards and Honors

Randall Snurr elected corresponding member of the Saxon Academy of Sciences

By Sheryl Cash

March 22, 2019

EVANSTON, Ill.–Randall Snurr, chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Northwestern, and the John G. Searle Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, was recently elected corresponding member of the Saxon Academy of Sciences in Germany,¬†joining Boltzmann, Heisenberg, Planck & other scientific luminaries.

Profess Snurr will travel to Leipzig, Germany in April for the induction.

Read the news release on his appointment.

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