FSU Chemistry Graduate Student Samantha Cary receives the Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Award


Samantha Cary, a graduate student in the Albrecht-Schmitt group, recently received the Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Award. The award, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fuel Cycle Technologies, is designed to celebrate exemplary publications in research related to nuclear fuel cycles. Samantha’s award recognizes her April 2015 Nature Communications article, “Emergence of Californium as the Second Transitional Element in the Actinide Series.” She is one of 18 student recipients and, in addition to a monetary prize, she and other awardees will participate in the 2015 Fuel Cycle Technologies Annual Meeting.


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