Vivian Yam


University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong


Yam won the Ludwig Mond Award 2015 from the Royal Society of Chemistry for her work in inorganic and organometallic chemistry. In the same year, she was also elected as a foreign member of the Academia Europaea, an international, non-governmental association of individual scientists and scholars from all disciplines.

(Photo: University of Hong Kong)

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