Liu Bin

National University of Singapore


Materials Sciences

Liu was awarded the 2021 Centenary Prize for the innovative design and synthesis of organic molecules and nanomaterials in biomedicine, as well as for excellence in communication.

(Photo: Royal Society of Chemistry)

  • 2021 Centenary Prize

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