Prof Cronin wins prestigious RSC Tilden prize
Prof Lee Cronin has won a prestigious Tilden prize, awarded by the Royal Society of Chemistry for advances in chemistry. The prize, named after British chemist Sir William Augustus Tilden, is awarded to chemists who have excelled in areas such as originality and impact of research, quality of publications, and innovation. The prize was awarded to Prof Cronin for his work on the synthesis and understanding of the self-assembly, electronic structure and nanotechnology device applications of polyoxometalate architectures. Three Tilden prizes are awarded each year.
Further details from the RSC website