Professor Wunmi A. Sadik, director of the Center for Advanced Sensors & Environmental Systems at Binghamton University, has been admitted as a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in Britain.
Fellowship is awarded to nominees who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement or application of chemical science or who have demonstrated excellence in the chemical science profession. Sadik serves as nanotechnology editor for the Journal of Environmental Monitoring, which is published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Sadik, a Vestal resident who holds three U.S. patents, joined the Binghamton faculty in 1996. She has presented more than 380 scientific papers, book chapters and lectures focused on biosensors, bioelectrochemistry, environmental and materials chemistry. Her team has received more than $5.5 million in funding and contracts from government agencies and the private sector.