Nobel Prize laureate David MacMillan receives honorary doctorate

Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy honours pioneer of photocatalysis

David MacMillan receives an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Chemistry and
David MacMillan receives an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy for his pioneering work in organic photoredox catalysis. © Corinne Strauss
He is one of the most successful researchers of our time in the field of catalysis and molecular chemistry: David MacMillan, a professor at Princeton University (USA), was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2021 together with his colleague Benjamin List for his work on asymmetric organocatalysis. The 56-year-old Scottish-born is also a pioneer of photocatalysis with visible light. In recognition of his outstanding research in this field, the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy at the University of Münster has awarded him an honorary doctorate on 11 June. ...
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