Fraser Stoddart Accepted Part-Time Appointment News: May 24, 1942 (age 75) Born, Scottish-Chemist, Fraser Stoddart has captured the headlines once again today. 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Composition & Fusion in “molecular machines” has accepted a part-time appointment from UNSW. At Australia’s Global University – UNSW [University of New South Wales] Sydney, with the formation of his “New Chemistry” initiative from January 2019 onwards, Sir Fraser plans to spend three months a year at UNSW. Author of The Nature of the Mechanical Bond: From Molecules to Machines, Stereochemistry of Carbohydrates, Sir Fraser Stoddart, for his services to molecular nanotechnology and chemistry, received a Knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II.
Besides, undergraduate courses students in Chemistry at both first and higher year levels will be fortunate enough to learn lessons from Sir Fraser. Directly & Indirectly, next-generation scientists will be prepared in institution enrolling 53,481 (2015) students.
Incredibly thankful for the joining for Sir Fraser in Faculty of Science, Professor Ian Jacobs, Vice-Chancellor and UNSW President said in a statement “I am delighted by Professor Stoddart’s appointment. Less than 1000 people have been awarded a Nobel Prize since the awards first began in 1901, and there have only been 15 awarded to Australians. To have such an outstanding Nobel Laureate choose to work at UNSW is incredibly exciting and a reflection of the quality of this University.”
BY having healthy partnerships with Australian Mining Companies, Sir Fraser will seek compelling industry funding to develop his cyanide-free gold processing technology at UNSW.
“For Design & Synthesis of Molecular Machines”
Sir Fraser Stoddart was already a famous man in the universe of chemistry. But what makes him the more recognised person in this field was Joint Award [Nobel Prize In Chemistry 2016] with Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Bernard Feringa. Afterwards, this UK, US resident became world famous scientists who dedicated his life “ to the design and synthesis of molecular machines.”
2016 Nobel laureate, Professor Sir Fraser Stoddart Accepted Part-Time Appointment At UNSW News: Part-Time, Because, Its A Three Months A Year from January 2019.