Carbon journal tribute to Francisco Rodríguez Reinoso by P.A. Thrower. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.carbon.2020.10.002
Achieving salt spheres captures the attention of haute coisine. It is the first business secret of the University of Alicante.
The new scientific institution, Young Spanish Academy (AJE), will represent and givevisibility to young scientists preferably from the field of experimental sciences.
The Social Council has awarded this year the award in research to Francisco RodríguezReinoso, Honourable Collaborator of the Inorganic Chemistry Department of the UA.
Laura Pastor, PhD in chemistry of the Inorganic Chemistry Department, has approved a scientific solution that has earned her the extraordinary prize for her thesis.
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