Recently, Li Yang, a researcher from XJTU’s Frontier Institute of Science and Technology, won the Thieme Chemistry Journals Award.
Since 1999, the Thieme Chemistry Journals Award has been presented annually to promising researchers worldwide who are in the early stages of their independent academic careers as assistant or junior professors. The award aims recognize and encourage the new generationof organic chemists in their careers.
Li Yang started work at XJTU in May 2014 and has published about 30 papers in his field. His specialties include high-efficient dehydrogenation and hydrogenant catalytic systems and their applications in dehydrogenation coupling, biomass hydrogen production and storge.