The science library has learned that Holden Lai and Molly MacInnes earned speaking awards at the Cleveland ACS Meeting-in-Miniature held Wednesday, March 13, 2013. Holden's research with Associate Professor of Chemistry Michael Nee on barrel-shaped cage molecules was described in his presentation, entitled "Towards the Synthesis of Water-Soluble Functionalized Cucurbituril." Molly's seminar, "New Organosulfonate Complexes from Commodity Chemicals for the Assembly of Microporous Frameworks," gave highlights from her honors project mentored by Jesse Rowsell, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Prof. Rowsell reports that "these were just two of many excellent talks presented at John Carroll University by graduate and undergraduate students attending institutions in the Cleveland area." Thanks for sending us this information!