Long Ran

University of Science and Technology of China



Long won the 2017 L’Oréal UNESCO For Women in Science International Rising Talent award for her research on photocatalysts for carbon dioxide reduction.

(Photo: L’oréal Foundation)

  • 2017 LOréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Rising Talent Award

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