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Physical sciencesInorganic solid state and materials chemistry
Engineering and engineering trades , Physical sciencesMicromagnetic testing methods
Biological and related sciences , Physical sciencesEnvironmental virology, Molecular and structural biology, biochemistry
A group of chemicals known as bi-metallics could help the pharmaceutical industry become more environmentally friendly by cutting the amount of energy used to produce drugs, according to Professor Eva Hevia from the University of Strathclyde, UK, who says that sustainability is a top priority for chemists.
The AcademiaNet member is honoured for her contributions to the field of chemistry.