Reaxys PhD Prize Community News
This is where you can find all the information about the Reaxys PhD Prize from around the world. We’ll post links to interviews with members of the Reaxys Prize Club and Reaxys Advisory Board as well as articles and other press.
Professor Fathy M. Hassan, one of our 2016 finalists, discusses his ideas for next-generation electrochemical energy systems and the importance of breaching the divide between research and education for a more balanced approach.
Professor Timothy Newhouse, one of our 2011 finalists, discusses the interdisciplinary future of chemistry and shares advice for young chemists in this interview.
In 2010, something started that would support ambitious and talented young chemists well into their research careers. 10 years later, the Reaxys PhD Prize is still going strong.
The ninth edition of the Reaxys PhD Prize closed with its symposium in Amsterdam. Read all about the event, including the outstanding presentations from the shortlisted finalists.
At the 2019 Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium in Amsterdam, Michael Geeson, Aaron Trowbridge and Yujia Qing received the prestigious award for their outstanding and innovative research.
Dr Markus Suta, one of our 2017 finalists, talks about his work on luminescence thermometry as part of the EU-funded nanoTBtech project and his participation in a Reaxys “Spotlight on Innovation” webinar.
Professor Liang-Qiu Lu, one of our 2011 finalists, talks about how he views his career and what he'd say to someone starting out in academia.
Professor Qianghui Zhou, one of our 2011 finalists, gives some advice about starting an academic research group and discusses how Reaxys supports his research.
After an intensive review process, the 45 finalists of the Reaxys PhD Prize 2019 have been selected. Discover more about these outstanding chemists in this press release.
Dr. Alexander (Sandy) Kilpatrick, one of our 2015 finalists, was awarded a travel grant by the Reaxys Prize Club in spring 2019 to attend a five-day training course in Paris covering the theoretical and practical aspects of molecular electrochemistry.
Dr. Emma McInturff, one of our 2014 finalists, discusses her work with interdisciplinary teams at Pfizer and her experiences as a woman in the academic STEM environment.
Dr. Joshua Barham, one of our 2017 winners, shares insights into his research, which started with an industrial PhD at GlaxoSmithKline and now focuses on continuous flow chemistry at AIST in Japan.
Professor Teresa Martinez del Campo, one of our 2010 finalists, shares some advice for those interested in a career in chemistry and discusses some of her own experiences in this interview.
In this exclusive discussion, Prof. Cristina Nevado, Prof. Li-Zhu Wu and Prof. Yan-Mei Li discuss their successful careers, give advice for people starting out in chemistry, and talk about some of the challenges for women in this field.
Since completing his PhD, 2011 Prize finalist Dr. Andy Chapman has worked in academia and start-ups. Here, he talks about his career and shares advice on founding a start-up.
In this interview with one of our 2013 winners, Dr. Martin Donakowski shares some insights into his varied career across academia, government and industry, and the role of the Reaxys PhD Prize in it.
SciTech Connect takes a closer look at the return of the Reaxys PhD Prize in 2019. How has the competition grown since its founding in 2010?
One of our 2014 winners, Professor Dawen Niu is now head of his own research group focusing on the modification of natural products, including those used in traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Debabrata Maiti of the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay supervised one of the Reaxys PhD Prize 2016 finalists. In this interview, he talks about mentoring young researchers, the importance of the Prize, and why he chooses Reaxys for education.
At the 2017 Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium in Shanghai, these three innovative chemists received the prestigious award for their original research.
These are the three innovative young chemists recognized with the Reaxys PhD Prize at the 2016 Symposium in London.
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