Yan Ning

Institution
National University of Singapore

Country
Singapore

Field
Environmental Sciences & Geology

For his research on harvesting materials from waste through rational catalytic design, Yan was awarded the 2017 Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division Early Career Award.

(Photo: National University of Singapore)

AWARDS
  • 2017 Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division Early Career Award

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