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Reaxys PhD Prize


We are delighted to announce the 10 shortlisted candidates who will have the opportunity to give oral presentations at the Prize Symposium. From these the 3 winners will be selected.

> Discover the 10 shortlisted candidates




Reaxys PhD Prize

More than a prize. A vision.

No other award will impact the development of a scientist like the Reaxys PhD Prize. Backed by an Advisory Board of internationally accomplished and authoritative chemists; receiving this award boosts careers and leads to new opportunities. With submissions received from over 400 academic institutions worldwide, the Reaxys PhD Prize is the most important and recognised international Prize for young chemists.

Each year hundreds of submissions are received and reviewed, from which 45 finalists are selected.

The Reaxys PhD Prize finalists are composed of talented PhD students or recent graduates who have conducted original, innovative research in synthetic chemistry and have demonstrated excellence in methodology and approach.

Selection criteria include:
  • Originality, innovation
  • Importance to the field
  • Applicability
  • Rigor of approach and methodology
  • Quality and clarity of published work
  • Supporting evidence of accomplishments (I.e., supervisor’s letter of recommendation, publication list)

The review and decision process is managed by the Chairs of the Review Board:

Prof Tony Barrett - Imperial College, London, UK
Prof Dr Martin Jansen - Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany
Prof Eiichi Nakamura - University of Tokyo, Japan
Prof Ged Parkin - Columbia University, United States
Prof Barry M. Trost - Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
Prof Henry N. C. Wong - Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

After thorough external review by experts, the Prize coordinators select 45 finalists who are awarded with:
  • Invitation to present their research at the Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium where 3 winners will be selected and will receive $2,000 prize money
  • Lifelong membership to the Reaxys Prize Club, a unique, international network of chemists from all research areas and career paths
  • Personal and unlimited access to the rich content of Reaxys and Medicinal Chemistry

The 2016 Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium will be held in London this September. We provide all finalists with a travel bursary and complimentary accommodation.

> Learn more about the Symposium



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2016 Reaxys PhD Prize - 10 shortlisted candidates announced


We are pleased to announce the 10 shortlisted candidates who have been selected from this year’s Reaxys PhD Prize 45 finalists. They are invited to give oral presentations at the Reaxys Prize Symposium on September 22 and 23 at the New Scientist Live in London, UK.

The oral presentation is the last step in the reviewing process of the Reaxys PhD Prize. Three winners will be chosen from these ten presentations by the members of the Reaxys Advisory Board and PhD Prize Coordinators and announced at the Symposium dinner on September 23.

The ten shortlisted candidates who will be presenting at the 2016 Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium are:

1. Nickolas Anderson from the Bart group, Purdue University - West Lafayette
2. Chuyang Cheng from the Stoddart group, Northwestern University
3. Lauren Doyle from the Piers group, University of Calgary
4. Pascal Ellerbrock from the Trauner group, Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich
5. Sebastian Grundner from the Lercher group, Technical University of Munich
6. Jamie Hicks from the Jones group, Monash University
7. Jiheong Kang from the Aida group, University of Tokyo
8. Jarad Mason from the Long group, University of California Berkeley
9. Yusuke Masuda from the Murakami group, Kyoto University
10. Alison Wendlandt from the Stahl group, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Candidates have been reviewed by an external review board comprised of members of the Reaxys Advisory Board; the review criteria include the originality, innovation, applicability, importance, and rigor of the reported research. The same board of chemistry leaders will select the three winners from the oral presentations given by the ten candidates they have shortlisted.


All of the original 45 finalists from this year’s Prize are invited to attend the Symposium and present their work during a poster session.


 


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2016 Reaxys PhD Prize - 45 Finalists


We are delighted to announce the 45 finalists for this year’s Reaxys PhD Prize. We had another very solid year with nearly 450 excellent candidates from around the world, including many of top research groups. As in previous years the finalists have been selected after an extensive and thorough external review process and have been supported throughout by the Prize coordinators Professors Barrett, Jansen, Nakamura, Parkin, Trost and Wong.

This year the Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium will be held in London at the New Scientist Live, on September 22 and 23, 2016. The highlight of the symposium will be presentations from the very top finalists and the selection of the 3 winners based upon their presentation and review scores.

The 2016 Reaxys PhD Prize Finalists are:

Laura Ackerman from the Weix group, University of Rochester.

Representative paper entitled: Multimetallic Catalysed Cross-Coupling of Aryl Bromides with Aryl Triflates published in Nature, 2015

Xiangzhao Ai from the Xing group, Nanyang Technological University.

Representative paper entitled: In vivo Covalent Cross-linking of Photon-converted Rare-earth Nanostructures for Tumor Localization and Theranostics published in Nature Communications, 2015

Dalal Alezi from the Eddaoudi group, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.

Representative paper entitled: MOF Crystal Chemistry Paving the Way to Gas Storage Needs: Aluminum-Based soc-MOF for CH4, O2, and CO2 Storage published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Nickolas Anderson from the Bart group, Purdue University - West Lafayette.

Representative paper entitled: Harnessing redox activity for the formation of uranium tris(imido) compounds published in Nature Chemistry, 2014

Sukdev Bag from the Maiti group, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.

Representative paper entitled: Remote para-C−H Functionalization of Arenes by a D Shaped Biphenyl Template-Based Assembly published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Cyril Bucher from the Burns group, Stanford University.

Representative paper entitled: Highly Selective Synthesis of Halomon, Plocamenone, and Isoplocamenone published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Nicholas Calta from the Kanatzidis group, Northwestern University.

Representative paper entitled: Hybridization Gap and Dresselhaus Spin Splitting in EuIr4In2Ge4 published in Angewandte Chemie, 2015

Yuxiang Chen from the Jin group, Carnegie Mellon University.

Representative paper entitled: Isomerism in Au28(SR)20 Nanocluster and Stable Structures published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016

Chuyang Cheng from the Stoddart group, Northwestern University.

Representative paper entitled: An Artificial Molecular Pump published in Nature Nanotechnology, 2015

Nicholas Chilton from the Winpenny group, University of Manchester.

Representative paper entitled: An electrostatic model for the determination of magnetic anisotropy in dysprosium complexes published in Nature Communications, 2013

Lauren Doyle from the Piers group, University of Calgary.

Representative paper entitled: Ligand Cooperation in the Formal Hydrogenation of N2O Using a PCsp2P Iridium Pincer Complex published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Samuel Drew from the Sherburn group, Australian National University.

Representative paper entitled: Unified total synthesis of the natural products endiandric acid A, kingianic acid E, and kingianins A, D, and F published in Chemical Science, 2015

Pascal Ellerbrock from the Trauner group, Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich.

Representative paper entitled: An Eight-Step Synthesis of Epicolactone Reveals its Biosynthetic Origin published in Nature Chemistry, 2015

Priyabrata Ghana from the Filippou group, University of Bonn.

Representative paper entitled: Si=Si Double Bonds: Synthesis of an NHC-Stabilized Disilavinylidene published in Angewandte Chemie, 2015

Ryan Gianatassio from the Baran group, Scripps Research Institute.

Representative paper entitled: Strain Release Amination published in Science, 2016

Sebastian Grundner from the Lercher group, Technical University of Munich.

Representative paper entitled: Single-site trinuclear copper oxygen clusters in mordenite for selective conversion of methane to methanol published in Nature Communications, 2015

Fathy Hassan from the Chen group, University of Waterloo.

Representative paper entitled: Evidence of covalent synergy in silicon-sulfur-graphene yielding highly efficient and long-life lithium-ion batteries published in Nature Communications, 2015

Jamie Hicks from the Jones group, Monash University.

Representative paper entitled: A Two-Coordinate Manganese(0) Complex with an Unsupported Mn–Mg Bond: Allowing Access to Low Coordinate Homo- and Heterobimetallic Compounds published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014

Alexander Hinz from the Schulz group, University of Rostock.

Representative paper entitled: Stable Heterocyclopentane-1,3-diyls published in Angewandte Chemie, 2015

Sarah Holliday from the McCulloch group, Imperial College London.

Representative paper entitled: A Rhodanine Flanked Nonfullerene Acceptor for Solution-Processed Organic Photovoltaics published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Cedric Hugelshofer from the Magauer group, Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich.

Representative paper entitled: Total Synthesis of the Leucosceptroid Family of Natural Products published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Matthias Hussong from the Straub group, University of Heidelberg.

Representative paper entitled: Copper and Silver Carbene Complexes without Heteroatom- Stabilization: Structure, Spectroscopy, and Relativistic Effects published in Angewandte Chemie, 2015

Jiheong Kang from the Aida group, University of Tokyo.

Representative paper entitled: A rational strategy for the realization of chain-growth supramolecular polymerization published in Science, 2015

Isaac Kimsey from the Al-Hashimi group, Duke University.

Representative paper entitled: Visualizing transient Watson–Crick-like mispairs in DNA and RNA duplexes published in Nature, 2015

Koji Kubota from the Ito group, Hokkaido University.

Representative paper entitled: Copper(I)-Catalyzed Enantioselective Nucleophilic Borylation of Aldehydes: An Efficient Route to Enantiomerically Enriched α-Alkoxyorganoboronate Esters published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Matthias Leiendecker from the Rueping group, RWTH Aachen University.

Representative paper entitled: Metal-Catalyzed Dealkoxylative Csp2-Csp3 Cross-Coupling: Replacement of Aromatic Methoxy Groups of Aryl Ethers by Employing a Functionalized Nucleophile published in Angewandte Chemie, 2014

Houhua Li from the Mazet group, University of Geneva.

Representative paper entitled: Catalyst-Directed Diastereoselective Isomerization of Allylic Alcohols for the Stereoselective Construction of C(20) in Steroid Side Chains: Scope and Topological Diversification published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Jarad Mason from the Long group, University of California Berkeley.

Representative paper entitled: Methane storage in flexible metal-organic frameworks with intrinsic thermal management published in Nature, 2015

Yusuke Masuda from the Murakami group, Kyoto University.

Representative paper entitled: Light-Driven Carboxylation of o-Alkylphenyl Ketones with CO2 published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Yudai Matsuda from the Abe group, University of Tokyo.

Representative paper entitled: Complete Biosynthetic Pathway of Anditomin: Nature's Sophisticated Synthetic Route to a Complex Fungal Meroterpenoid published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014

Manish Mishra from the Desiraju group, Indian Institute of Science.

Representative paper entitled: Solid Solution Hardening of Molecular Crystals: Tautomeric Polymorphs of Omeprazole published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Mattia Monaco from the List group, Max Planck Institute.

Representative paper entitled: Activation of Carboxylic Acids in Asymmetric Organocatalysis published in Angewandte Chemie, 2014

Kei Muto from the Itami group, Nagoya University.

Representative paper entitled: Decarbonylative organoboron cross-coupling of esters by nickel catalysis published in Nature Communications, 2015

Amit Nagarkar from the Kilbinger group, University of Fribourg.

Representative paper entitled: Catalytic living ring-opening metathesis polymerization published in Nature Chemistry, 2015

Masaya Nakajima from the Nishida group, Chiba University.

Representative paper entitled: Total Syntheses of (+)-Grandilodine C and (+)-Lapidilectine B and Determination of their Absolute Stereochemistry published in Angewandte Chemie, 2016

Eric Newcomb from the Ferreira group, University of Georgia.

Representative paper entitled: Total Synthesis of Gelsenicine via a Catalyzed Cycloisomerization Strategy published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016

Hiroya Oshima from the Yamaguchi group, Nagoya University.

Representative paper entitled: Thiophene-Fused Bisdehydro[12]annulene That Undergoes Transannular Alkyne Cycloaddition by Either Light or Heat published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013

Quanquan Pang from the Nazar group, University of Waterloo.

Representative paper entitled: Surface-enhanced redox chemistry of polysulphides on a metallic and polar host for lithium-sulphur batteries published in Nature Communications, 2014

Liam Sharninghausen from the Crabtree group, Yale University.

Representative paper entitled: Efficient selective and atom economic catalytic conversion of glycerol to lactic acid published in Nature Communications, 2014

Megan Shaw from the Bower group, University of Bristol.

Representative paper entitled: Reversible C-C Bond Activation Enables Stereocontrol in Rh-Catalyzed Carbonylative Cycloadditions of Aminocyclopropanes published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Robert Straker from the Anderson group, University of Oxford.

Representative paper entitled: Computational ligand design in enantio- and diastereoselective ynamide [5+2] cycloisomerization published in Nature Communications, 2016

Yu Sun from the Li group, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Representative paper entitled: Bioinspired Total Synthesis of Sespenine published in Angewandte Chemie, 2014

Conghui Tang from the Jiao group, Peking University.

Representative paper entitled: Copper-Catalyzed C–H Azidation of Anilines under Mild Conditions published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2012

Alison Wendlandt from the Stahl group, University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Representative paper entitled: Modular o-Quinone Catalyst System for Dehydrogenation of Tetrahydroquinolines under Ambient Conditions published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014

Tomoki Yoneda from the Osuka group, Kyoto University.

Representative paper entitled: Pd(II) Complexes of [44]- and [46]Decaphyrins: The Largest Hückel Aromatic and Antiaromatic, and Möbius Aromatic Macrocycles published in Angewandte Chemie, 2014

 

 


Submission Requirements


To submit an application, you must meet the following rules and requirements:
  1. The Reaxys PhD Prize is open to students currently in a PhD program or who completed their PhD after January 1 of current year.
  2. Consideration is given to all areas of chemistry; however, areas of synthetic chemistry (e.g., organic, inorganic, organometallic, coordination, medical, materials, and polymer chemistry) are emphasized.
  3. Applications from only one candidate per research group can be accepted.
  4. Completed applications must be submitted via our website and must consist of:

      A. An example of an accepted, peer-reviewed article that primarily showcases your work.
      B. Your CV (resumé)
      C. A letter of recommendation from your PhD supervisor. The letter should include:

        An overview of your qualifications and details about your achievements during your PhD studies.
        A description of your role in the research submitted, highlighting specifically your contribution to the paper included in the application.

Submissions for the 2016 Reaxys PhD Prize are now closed. Click here to register your interest for the 2017 Reaxys PhD Prize.

 




Previous Finalists and Winners of the Reaxys PhD Prize


Read about the research of these exceptional chemists who are pushing the boundaries and defining the future of chemistry.

2015 Winners:

Andrew Jupp - 2015 Reaxys PhD Prize Winner John Tellis - 2015 Reaxys PhD Prize Winner Shinnosuke Uno - 2015 Reaxys PhD Prize Winner

Andrew Jupp

John Tellis

Shin-nosuke Uno

Article: Phosphinecarboxamide: A Phosphorus-Containing Analogue of Urea and Stable Primary Phosphine

Journal: Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013

PhD University: University of Oxford

Supervisor: Prof Jose Goicoechea

Article: Single-electron transmetalation in organoboron cross-coupling by photoredox/nickel dual catalysis

Journal: Science, 2014

PhD University: University of Pennsylvania

Supervisor: Prof Gary Molander

Article: A spontaneously blinking fluorophore based on intramolecular spirocyclization for live-cell super-resolution imaging

Journal: Nature Chemistry, 2014

PhD University: University of Tokyo

Supervisor: Prof Yasuteru Urano


2015 Finalists:



Jonathan Bauer
Keith Bentley
Nicholas Bruno
Matthew Burns
Cecilia Casadei
Pavla Eliasova
Patrick Fier
Meng Gao
Alvaro Gutierrez Bonet
William Hart-Cooper
Hiroki Hayashi
Jian He
Tomohiro Higashino
Yunzhe Jiao
Andrew Jupp
Eric Keske
Alexander Kilpatrick
Sandra King
Peter Korevaar
Matthew Langton
Hsin-Yu Lee
Gang Li
Lauren Longobardi
Javier López Andarias
Titus Masese
Chiara Musumeci
Steven O'Sullivan
Kelli Ogawa
Henry Pepper
Brandon Rosen
Tanmoy Saha
Alexander Schoedel
Sivaprakash Sengodan
Indranil Sinha
John Tellis
Shigenobu Umemiya
Daiki Umeyama
Shin-nosuke Uno
Amit Vernekar
Xiao-Ye Wang
Jens Willwacher
Tomohiro Yasukawa
Chenjie Zeng
Taotao Zou
Thorsten vom Stein



2014 Winners:

Dawen Niu - 2014 Reaxys PhD Prize Winner Changxia Yuan - 2014 Reaxys PhD Prize Winner

Zoey Herm

Dawen Niu

Changxia Yuan

Article: Separation of Hexane Isomers in a Metal-Organic Framework with Triangular Channels

Journal: Science, 2013

PhD University: University of California, Berkeley

Supervisor: Prof Jeffrey Long

Article: The aromatic ene reaction

Journal: Nature Chemistry, 2014

PhD University: University of Minnesota

Supervisor: Prof Thomas Hoye

Article: Metal-free oxidation of aromatic carbon–hydrogen

Journal: Nature, 2013

PhD University: University of Texas at Austin

Supervisor: Prof Dionicio Siegel


2014 Finalists:



Liam Ball
Richard Brimioulle
Allan Jay Cardenas
William Chance
Fanny Cherblanc
Fabio Denis Romero
Bernd Elsler
Chao Feng
Tomohiro Fukushima
Lydia Gilday
Craig Gorin
Paul Gormisky
Nicholas Green
Zoey Herm
Stephen Ho
Takahiro Horibe
Shaowei Hu
Todd Hyster
Nicholas Isley
Xavier Just-Baringo
Ji-Woong Lee
Hee Nam Lim
David Liptrot
Qingquan Lu
Mukesh Mahajan
Steve McKerrall
Haruki Mizoguchi
Sanjog Nagarkar
Dawen Niu
Haruka Omachi
Kasper Pedersen
Peter Rayner
Michael Schedler
Scott Semproni
Samudra Sengupta
Kohei Takahashi
Arnau Verdaguer Casadevall
Anna Wagner
Xi Wang
Baihua Ye
Xie Yinjun
Changxia Yuan
Taiga Yurino
Martin Zahel
You-Quan Zou



2013 Winners :

Martin Donakowski

Max Hansmann

Johannes Heppekausen

Article: The role of polar, lamdba (Λ)-shaped building units in noncentrosymmetric inorganic structures.

Journal:Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2012

University:Northwestern University

Supervisor:Prof Kenneth R. Poeppelmeier

Article:Mechanistic Switch in Dual Gold Catalysis of Diynes: C(sp3)–H Activation through Bifurcation — Vinylidene versus Carbene Pathways

Journal:Angewandte Chemie, 2013

University:University of Heidelberg

Supervisor:Prof A. Stephen K. Hashmi

Article:Optimized Synthesis, Structural Investigations, Ligand Tuning and Synthetic Evaluation of Silyloxy-Based Alkyne Metathesis Catalysts

Journal:Chemistry a European Journal, 2012

University:Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung

Supervisor:Prof Alois Fürstner


2013 Finalists:



Sergey Adonin
Christopher M. Bates
Parijat Borah
Andrew Cairns
Christopher Caputo
Pradip Chakraborty
Hiroaki Chiba
Daniel Cohen
Laurent Debien
Fabian Ehret
Albert Fahrenbach
Daishi Fujita
Ke Gao
Chuan He
Kenji Hirai
Yohei Ishida
Andreas Kaiser
Tzu-Pin Lin
Wei Lv
Emma McInturff
Bill Morandi
Shunsuke Oishi
Sebastian Pike
Xin Qian
Daniel Robbins
Dragos Rosca
Ramya Sambasivan
Santanu Sarkar
Sebastian Schmidt
Mette Schmøkel
Mika Shiramizu
Katsuhiko Takeuchi
Gaël Ung
Kevin Williamson
Gene Wong
Yuzhou Wu
Xu Xue
Xiaoyu Yang
Da-Gang Yu
Rong Zeng
Gen Zhang
Shaoguang Zhang



2012 Winners:

Gregory Hamilton
Debashis Mandal
Craig Stivala
Article: A Powerful Chiral Counterion Strategy for Asymmetric Transition Metal Catalysis
Journal: Science, 2007
University: University of California, Berkeley
Supervisor: Prof. Dean Toste
Article:Synthesis of Dragmacidin D via Direct C–H Couplings
Journal:Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011
University: Nagoya University
Supervisor: Prof. Kenichiro Itami
Article: Highly Enantioselective Direct Alkylation of Arylacetic Acids with Chiral Lithium Amides as Traceless Auxiliaries
Journal:Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011
University:University of California, Santa Barbara
Supervisor: Prof. Armen Zakarian

2012 Finalists:



Crisita Atienza Marie-Gabrielle Braun Sarah Bronner
David Bunck Yunfei Cai Mesut Cakmak
Andy Chapman Stefan Benson Nicholas Evans
Charles Frazier Niankai Fu Fang Gao
Thomas Gøgsig Durga Prasada Rao Hari Phillip Inglesby
Tomohiro Iwai Justin Kim Andrew Kyle
Paraskevi Lagaditis Chi Chung Lee Alastair Lennox
Zhi Li Felicitas Lips Min Lu
Jie Luo Matthew MacDonald Steffen Müller
Kei Murakami Kyungsu Na Yuki Naganawa
Wesley Sattler Joerg Schrittwieser Tae Ho Shin
Kenji Sumida Basker Sundararaju Takayuki Tanaka
Ryo Tanaka Philipp Winter Miao Yu
Wei Zhang Fangrui Zhong Zhiwei Zuo



2011 Winners:

Vikram Bhat
Steven Malcolmson
Dixit Parmar
Article: Total Synthesis of N - Methylwelwitindolinone D Isonitrile
Journal, Year: Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011
University: University of Chicago
Supervisor: Prof. Viresh Rawal
Article: Highly Efficient Molybdenum - Based Catalysts for Enantioselective Alkene Metathesis
Journal, Year: Nature, 2008
University: Boston College
Supervisor: Prof. Amir Hoveyda
Article: Reductive cyclisation cascades of lactones using SmI2-H2O
Journal, Year: Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011
University: University of Manchester
Supervisor: Prof. David Procter

2011 Finalists:



Jenefer Alam Robert Andrews Abdulkader Baroudi
Alan Burns Matthew Cain Justin Chalker
Changle Chen Karl Collins Lei Fang
Anastasia Hager Xiaoyu Han Shenshen Hu
Masayuki Iwasaki Pankaj Jain Liqun Jin
Ronen Kreizman Christian Andreas Kuttruff Florian Löbermann
Andreas Lorbach Liang-Qiu Lu Ting Ma
Michael Muratore Timothy Newhouse Weidong Rao
Urs Rauwald Alexander Reznichenko Sarah Ryan
Subhas Samanta Corinna Schindler Christopher Serpell
Xiao Shen Zhuangzhi Shi Andrey Solovyev
Johannes Sprafke Haichao Xu Charles Yeung
Elena Zaborova Jason Zbieg Qi Zhang
Haiyan Zhao Jun Feng Zhao Qianghui Zhou





2010 Winners:

Thomas Maimone
Hiroyuki Miyamura
Robert Phipps
Article: Total Synthesis of Vinigro
Journal: Journal of the American Chemical Society
University: The Scripps Research Institute
Supervisor: Prof. Phil S. Baran
Article: Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols at Room Temperature and Atmospheric Conditions Catalyzed by Reusable Gold Nanoclusters Stabilized by the Benzene Rings of Polystyrene Derivatives
Journal: Angewandte Chemie
University: University of Tokyo
Supervisor: Prof. Shu Kobayashi
Article: RA Meta-Selective Copper-Catalyzed CH Bond Arylation
Journal: Science
University: University of Cambridge
Supervisor: Prof.Matthew Gaunt


2010 Finalists:



Victoria Blair Justin Chalker Justin Christy
Nicholas Deprez Guangbin Dong Alessandro D'Urso
Brett Fors Xiao Fu Takeru Furuya
Stefan Graber Yuan Han Takanori Iwasaki
Liqun Jin Michael Katz Florian Kessler
Bala Krishna Juluri Ravi Kumar Rohit Kumar Sharma
Connor Martin Teresa Martinez del Campo Megan Matthews
Paul Mcgonigal David Michaelis Evan Miller
Thomas Moss Devon Mundal Julia Neumann
Tobias Seiser Ponminor Senthil Kumar Lauren Sirois
Christof Sparr Jason Spruell Yuto Sumida
Kosuke Suzuki Giulia Tagliabue Jason Thomas
Hirofumi Ueda Akira Ueda Oleg Vechorkin
Dieter Weber Peter Wich Akira Yada