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REVOLUTIONARY RESEARCH IN
ORGANIC SYNTHESIS EARNS HOKKAIDO
ITS FIRST NOVEL PRIZE

Akira Suzuki Emeritus Professor Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University (formerly a professor at the School of Engineering) was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his innovative research in cross-coupling chemical reactions for the synthesis of organic compounds. Cross-coupling has applications in a wide range of fields (e.g., medicine, agricultural chemicals, liquid crystals used in IT equipment, and organic EL as a new generation of luminescent materials), and represents a major contribution to the development and commercial manufacture of products commonly seen in today's world.

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Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, School of Engineering Hokkaido University


Emeritus Professor Akira Suzuki
Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry
Special Commemorative Issue

PR Magazine "EngineeRing"

We publish PR magazine "EngineeRing" several times in a year and share our researches, achievements and activities.

[FEATURE] Young power to open up new frontiers

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