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Paul Walton - a Face of Chemistry

Posted on 27 November 2014

Professor Paul Walton amongst the RSC 175 Faces of Chemistry

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Professor Paul Walton, has now been chosen as one of the Royal Society of Chemistry 175 Faces of Chemistry, which is aimed at highlighting and celebrating the diversity of the individuals, both past and present, who have helped to shape chemistry and science as a whole.

Paul, chair of bioinorganic chemistry, investigates the structure, spectroscopy and reactivity of metal ions at the active sites of enzymes, also known as LPMOs. Gender equality is an issue that Paul takes seriously, and he has spoken on diversity issues on both national and international stages including the national headquarters of CNRS in France.

Paul's Faces of Chemistry page    Paul's York web page.