Robin Perutz

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Robin Perutz
Born December 1949
Cambridge, UK
Nationality British
Occupation Professor
Known for Inorganic chemistry

Robin Perutz FRS (born December 1949 in Cambridge), son of the Nobel Prize winner Max Perutz, is a professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of York, where he was formerly head of department.[1][2]

Awards and distinctions

  • President of Dalton Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry 2007-10
  • Nyholm Medal and Lectureship of the Royal Society of Chemistry 2005
  • Sacconi Medal of Italian Chemical Society and Sacconi Foundation 2008
  • Franco-British Prize of the French Chemical Society 2009
  • Fellow of the Royal Society 2010

Plenary and invited lectures

  • Plenary Lecture ACS Winter Fluorine Conference, Florida January 2005
  • Invited Lecture International Symposium on Photophysics and Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds, Hong Kong, July 2004
  • Troisième Cycle Lecturer, Bern, Basel, Neuchatel & Lausanne, Switzerland May 2003

External links

  • Perutz research group home page

References

  1. ^ Profile: Robin Perutz
  2. ^ Research Interests
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