2011 is the International Year of Chemistry (IYC 2011) and the centenary of Marie Curie’s Nobel prize in Chemistry. A good opportunity to present interesting women throughout the year in ChemistryViews.
List of all so far published interviews
Professor at the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Selangor, Malaysia, and the first Malay woman from Malaysia to receive a PhD in chemistry.
Associate Professor Uta Wille, University of Melbourne, Australia, followed a unique career path from atmospheric to organic chemistry, from Germany to Australia
Yamuna Krishnan, NCBS, India, already perfomed a remarkable career, is enthusiastic not only about sciences, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi
Maria Gavrilescu is professor at the Gheorghe Asachi Technical Universiry, Iasi, Romania, and author of highly cited review articles
Zeinab Shaaban Abd El-Ati Abou El-Naga, Mansoura University, Egypt, combines zoology and chemistry to develop safer insecticides
Polly Arnold, University of Edinburgh, UK, already was identified as a rising star when presented a prize by his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh
Vivian Yam, University of Hong Kong, was the youngest member to join the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Veronique Gouverneur, University of Oxford, UK, has worked in research groups on both sides of the Atlantic with renown scientists
Roberta Sessoli, University of Florence, Italy, is a pioneer in the field of magnetic bistability and quantum effects in mesoscopic materials
Supawan Tantayanon, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, will be the first female president of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies
Ulrike Flad is the granddaughter of the founder of the Dr. Flad Institute in Stuttgart, Germany, and will take over its management from her father
Danielle Ballivet-Tkatchenko, University of Bourgogne, France, is a leading researcher in the field of CO2 conversion and utilization
L. Hviid, Knowledge Group Leader and Project Manager, Tata Steel, the Netherlands, took an interesting way from research to management
H. Dodziuk, Polish Academy of Sciences, works on molecules with interesting topography and strained hydrocarbons with unusual spatial structures