Poster prize winners at the 66th Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry Symposium

Congratulations to the poster prize winners at the 66th Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry Symposium which took place from the 10th – 12th September in Fukuoka, Japan.  CrystEngComm and Dalton Transactions provided support in the form of poster prizes which were awarded to Takumi Hanaya (University of Tokyo) for his poster titled: ‘Synthesis and Photocatalysis of Mixed Valence Tin Oxide Clusters within Polyoxometalates’ and Takafumi Enomoto (Institute of Molecular Science) for his poster: ‘Near-infrared Light Induced Electron Transfer Reaction Using Distorted Phthalocyanine’.

The symposium is an opportunity for members to exchange ideas in order to contribute to advances in the field of coordination chemistry in Japan. The society is currently composed of 725 ordinary members, 23 Emeritus members, 267 student members, and 12 companies from legal entities. Further information can be found on the webpage.

JSCC 2016 winners

From left to right, front row: Dalton Transactions winner, Takafumi Enomoto and CrystEngComm award winner, Takumi Hanaya bottom right. Standing to the right of Takumi Hanaya is Professor Hiroshi Nishihara, president of the Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry (JSCC) and a member of the Dalton Transactions Advisory Board.

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