Dalton Division Prize and Award Winners 2012
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 Dalton Division Awards.
The Awards all focus on specialist subject areas to reward outstanding work in inorganic chemistry. We would like to congratulate all of the winners on their success.
RSC Prizes are designed to be of the broadest relevance to the chemical sciences as a whole, rewarding those whose careers are defined by exceptional work, excellence and dedication. Where a Prize relates to work which may interest those in the inorganic chemistry field we have included the winner on this page.
For a full list of all the winners in the 2012 RSC Prizes & Awards Portfolio please use the link on this page.
Most winners will be delivering a number of lectures throughout the UK which you will have the opportunity to attend.
These lectures will mainly take place between September 2012 and May 2013. Keep up to date by using the link on this page.
The next round of nominations will open on 1 September 2012. For more information and to make a nomination, please use the link on this page.
The 2012 Award and Prize Winners
Nominations for 2013 will open on September 1st 2012
Prize and Award Winners
Professor Christopher Chang, University of California, Berkeley
Dr Ross Inglis, University of Edinburgh
Professor Philip Mountford, University of Oxford
Professor Brian Hoffman, Northwestern University
Professor Douglas Stephan, University of Toronto
Professor Dominic Wright, University of Cambridge
Professor Geoffrey Cloke, University of Sussex
Professor Jerry Atwood, University of Missouri-Columbia
Professor Polly Arnold, University of Edinburgh
Professor Lee Cronin, University of Glasgow
Dr Michael Ingleson, University of Manchester
Professor Anthony Cheetham, University of Cambridge
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