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Young Scientist Award for Carmine D'Agostino

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Young Scientist Award for Carmine D'Agostino

Prof Lynn Gladden and Dr Carmine D'Agostino

Dr Carmine D'Agostino has received the "Young Scientist Award" at the 15th International Conference on Catalysis, which was held in Munich, Germany, from the 1st until the 6th of July 2012. The conference is the main international event in the field of catalysis and was attended by more than two thousands researchers from all around the world, both from academia and industry.

Carmine's work is about the application and validation of advanced NMR techniques to study adsorption and diffusion in heterogeneous catalysts, aiming at developing novel protocols for catalyst characterization and understanding the catalytic behaviour in chemical reactions.

Carmine would like to thank his supervisors, Prof Lynn Gladden, who gave a keynote lecture at the conference, and Dr Mick Mantle for their support during the course of his work at the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre.

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