May 21, 2010
Bioengineering Professor Luke Lee has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The RSC is the largest organisation in Europe for advancing the chemical sciences, with a global membership of over 46,000, and the longest continuous tradition of any chemical society in the world. It is actively involved in the spheres of education, qualifications and professional conduct. It runs conferences and meetings at both national and local level. It is a major publisher, and is internationally regarded as a provider of chemical databases. It is recognised throughout the world as an authoritative voice of chemistry and chemists.
Fellowship in the Royal Society of Chemistry is awarded to those members with at least 5 years experience who have made an outstanding contribution to either the advancement or application of chemical science, the chemical science profession, or the management or direction of an organisation in which Chemical Science is important.