Six Oxford University scientists win Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes
Six Oxford University academics have been honoured in the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)’s annual Research and Innovation Prizes – more than any other institution this year. The awards are among the most prestigious research prizes in the world, recognising achievements by individuals, teams and organisations undertaking excellent work in the chemical sciences.
Oxford researchers’ contributions include work related to informing new methods of recycling spent nuclear fuel, developing materials that can use solar energy to make energy-rich and therefore high value chemicals and understanding of the processes that limit the lifetime of batteries.
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