This July saw the occasion of The 68th Conference of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry (JSCC), held in Sendai. The event was a great success, featuring over 200 talks in both English and Japanese spread over six sessions as well as almost 300 posters.
|Professor Takahiko Kojima (right) receiving his JSCC Award for Creative Work from Professor Hiroshi Nishihara, JSCC president (left).|
Dalton Transactions is pleased to sponsor the JSCC Award for Creative Work. This year the award was won by Professor Takahiko Kojima, who gave an excellent award lecture entitled Development of Functionality of Metal Complexes Based on Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer. Professor Kojima has been at the University of Tsukuba and has published over 150 works, including a recent review on the Characteristics and reactivity of ruthenium-oxo species.
T. Ishizuka, H. Kotani and T. Kojima, Dalton Trans., 2016,
Dalton Transactions‘ Deputy Editor, Mike Andrews, and the RSC’s Editorial Development Manager for Japan, Hiromitsu Urakami, were on-hand to award poster prizes for the best student poster presentations.
The poster prize winners received a journal certificate and a colour changing RSC mug!
The RSC offers a hearty congratulations to prize winners at the JSCC!