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Royal Society of Chemistry Prize and Award symposium

14 March 2013

On Friday 8th March the School of Chemistry hosted a Royal Society of Chemistry Prize and Award symposium on behalf of the Dalton Division.  Five speakers gave presentations about their research, three of which afterwards received RSC awards for their contributions to Inorganic Chemistry.

Prof. Brian Hoffman (Northwestern University) was awarded the Joseph Chatt award for his major contributions to the development and application of ENDOR spectroscopy for elucidating mechanisms of catalysis by metalloenzymes.

Prof. Douglas Stephan (University of Toronto) was awarded the Ludwig Mond award for his innovative work on early-late heterobimetallics, phosphorus chemistry and polymerization catalysis.

Dr. Michael Ingleson (University of Manchester) was awarded the Harrison Meldola prize for his innovative work in borocation chemistry, particularly the borylation of arenes.

 

RSC Awards Symposium