Dr Daniele Leonori makes the finals of the European Young Chemist Award

 The finals will take place in Seville in September

Dr Daniele Leonori will be attending the 6th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress

A young scientist from the School of Chemistry in the University of Manchester has been selected as a finalist in the annual European Young Chemist Award following his work on visible-light-mediated synthesis of nitrogen molecules. Dr Daniele Leonori will be presenting a talk at the European Chemistry Congress in September, which is being held in Seville, Spain. 

The European Young Chemist Award 2016 is intended to showcase and recognise the excellent research being carried out by young scientists working in the chemical sciences and will be presented at the 6th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress to be held in Seville from 11-15 September 2016. It will follow the 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014 European Young Chemist Awards held in Budapest, Torino, Nürnberg, Prague and Istanbul during the previous editions of the European Chemistry Congresses.

This year’s EYCA award is organised by the Italian Chemical Society (SCI), the Consiglio Nazionale dei Chimici (CNC) and the Spanish National Chemists Association, ANQUE.

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