NEW YORK, May 23 – George Stafford, director of research for Thermo Electron’s Thermo Finnigan business, is slated to receive the 2001 Distinguished Contribution in Mass Spectrometry award for his work in ion trap mass spec, Thermo Electron said Wednesday.

The award, which will be presented by the American Society for Mass Spectrometry during its annual conference, May 27 – May 31, recognizes a singular achievement in, or contribution to, fundamental or applied mass spectrometry.

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