Gary Emmet Maciel, American chemistry professor, researcher. Achievements include development of nuclear magnetic resonance techniques, instrumentation and applications, especially in areas involving solid samples or surfaces, including systems based on silica or silica-like materials, coal, oil shale, plant samples, soils, synthetic polymers and resins, ceramics and sorbed pollutants.
Maciel, Gary Emmet was born on January 18, 1935 in Fremont, California, United States. Son of Manuel Morris and Beatrice Boyd Maciel.
Doctor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1960.
Assistant, associate professor to professor University California, Davis, 1961—1971. Professor chemistry Colorado State University, Fort Collins, since 1971.
Contributor scientific papers to professional journals.
Fellow: Sigma Xi; member: International Society Magnetic Resonance, American Chemical Society.
Swimming, scuba diving, skiing, gardening.
Married Maxine Ivy Nissen, August 19, 1956. Children: Eric Graham, Jennifer Ann Sanders.
Postdoctoral fellowship, National Science Found...Postdoctoral fellowship, National Science Foundation, 1960-1961, Research grants, Department of Energy, United States Geological Survey, Phillip Morris, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Cabot Corporation, National Institutes of Health, since 1964, Sabbatical fellowship, 1967-1968.