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Dame Margaret Brimble is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Auckland, New Zealand where she makes and modifies naturally occurring bioactive compounds from plants, animal tissue, and marine and soil organisms. She has published more than 600 papers and is an inventor on more than 50 patents. Brimble recently spoke with CICNews editor Sharon Oosthoek in advance of her plenary presentation at IUPAC CCCE 2021 in August.
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Meet Rose Katagiri, CIC's new Awards Coordinator and Governance Associate, committed to facilitating the recognition of professionals and students who have made outstanding contributions to the chemical sciences while also providing administrative support to the governance of the CIC for Board of Members and constituent societies.
Molly Shoichet is a University of Toronto chemical engineer who specializes in the study of polymers for drug delivery and tissue regeneration. Shoichet recently spoke with CICNews editor Sharon Oosthoek in advance of her plenary presentation at the CCEC conference in October.
Zafra Lerman is an American chemist and President of the Malta Conferences Foundation, which promotes peace by bringing together scientists from hostile countries to discuss science and foster collaboration. Lerman recently spoke with CICNews editor Sharon Oosthoek in advance of her plenary presentation at IUPAC CCCE 2021 in August.