RSC Advances Outstanding Student Paper Awards

Each year, RSC Advances recognizes outstanding work published by students through the RSC Advances Outstanding Student Paper Awards. For each of the journal’s 12 subject categories, the RSC Advances Editorial Board and Associate Editors select papers published in the journal, for which a substantial component of the research was conducted by a student.

For the 2022 awards, over 550 nominations were received, from which the 12 winning papers were selected. As recognition of their exemplary work, all winning papers have been collected into a themed collection, and each awardee is invited to present their research in an upcoming series of webinars, which are open and free to attend.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 RSC Advances Outstanding Student Paper Awards:

Analytical Chemistry Margaret MacConnachie, Queen’s University, Canada
Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Toni Pringle, Newcastle University, UK
Catalysis Gen Li, Dalian, University of Technology, China
Computational & Theoretical Chemistry Stephanie Linker & Christian Schellhaas, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Energy Chemistry Karina Asheim, NTNU, Norway
Environmental Chemistry Cui Li, China University of Geosciences, China
Food Chemistry Xingyu Ding, Nanjing Tech University, China
Inorganic Chemistry Nicole DiBlasi, University of Notre Dame, USA
Materials Chemistry Despoina Eleftheriadou, UCL, UK
Nanoscience Rabia Tahir, NUST, Pakistan
Organic Chemistry Alejandro O. Viviano-Posadas, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Physical Chemistry Rawia Msalmi, Sfax University, Tunisia


For more information about the webinars, read the post on the RSC Advances Blog for details about time, subject areas, and more.

If you would like to have you or your student’s work considered for the 2023 RSC Advances Outstanding Student Paper Awards, simply indicate during your manuscript submission process that the paper has a student first author or co-first author who should be considered. If you have already submitted or published your work in 2023, please email the RSC Advances Editorial office at

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