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'Hot Article' in Green Chemistry journal

last modified Feb 08, 2018 02:49 PM
Includes results of a Part IIB research project
'Hot Article' in Green Chemistry journal

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One of our research papers has reached the '2017 Hot Articles' list published by the Green Chemistry journal.

The paper is Towards automation of chemical process route selection based on data mining by P.-M. Jacob, P. Yamin, C. Perez-Storey, M. Hopgood and A. A. Lapkin. Green Chem., 2017, 19, 140-152. DOI: 10.1039/C6GC02482C

It includes results from a final year (Part IIB) research project undertaken by Charles Perez-Storey and Matthew Hopgood, who both graduated with an MEng in 2016.

Research projects are a major part of the coursework for Chemical Engineering students in their fourth year at Cambridge, leading to the MEng degree. The students are required to undertake a piece of original research in pairs or singly. In addition to a final report on their work, they are required to give a 6 minute presentation and produce a poster.

Occasionally, the work is published in a peer reviewed journal, as is the case here, and we congratulate Charles and Matthew on their work making it to the Hot Articles list.

The other authors are PhD student Philipp-Maximilian Jacob, Post doctoral researcher Dr Peyman Yamin and group leader Prof Alexei Lapkin.

2017 Green Chemistry Hot Articles



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