The Editors of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering are delighted to announce the three winners of the 2019 ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Awards. These awards recognize the research contributions of scientists in three geographical regions, working in green chemistry, green engineering and sustainability in the chemical enterprise, who have completed their academic training within the past 10 years.
University of Minnesota
Representing the Americas, Professor Dauenhauer is being honored for advancing the molecular understanding of complex reaction systems including biomass pyrolysis and biobased chemicals such as p-xylene and oleo-furan surfactants via novel reactors and analytical techniques.
University of Cambridge
Representing Europe/Middle East/Africa, Professor Vignolini is being honored for her contributions to the fabrication of biomimetic structures based on assemblies of natural materials within living organisms.
National Taiwan University
Representing Asia/Pacific, Professor Wu is being honored for his contributions in sustainable nanoporous materials for heterogeneous catalysts, energy devices, and biomass conversion.
Read more about the winners in this editorial from ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering.
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In partnership with the ACS Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Division and ACS Cellulose & Renewable Materials Division, the winners will be recognized in a symposium at the 257th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in Orlando, Florida, March 31-April 4, 2019.
The journal’s Editors would like to thank the community of scientists who are so devoted to sustainable chemistry and engineering for the enthusiastic response to the third call for nominations. Details of the next ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Lectureship Awards cycle will be available in Spring 2019 or by sending inquiries to Award.ACSSustainable@acs.org.