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He has over 60 publications buy tadalis sx 20 mg overnight delivery, including specialised reviews discount 20mg tadalis sx with visa, and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 1999. He graduated from King’s College, London, with ﬁrst class honours in 1985 and was awarded the Sir William Robson prize. In 1988, he was elected a Research 186 CONTRIBUTOR BIOGRAPHIES Fellow at St John’s College and was awarded the Humphreys Research prize. At Cambridge, Nigel was a Research Fellow of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 and Royal Society University Research Fellow. Aged 36, Nigel is now Professor at Leicester University and Lister Institute Research Fellow. His scientiﬁc interests include mechan- istic and quantum enzymology: his recreational interests include Victorian and College philately. Goodman Jonathan Goodman studied chemistry at Cambridge, graduating with a BA in 1986, and with a PhD in organic chemistry in 1990. He then worked at Columbia University, New York, with Professor Clark Still, before return- ing to Cambridge as a Research Fellow at Clare College. He is now a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Department of Chemistry, and uses both computational and experimental techniques to study organic chemistry. He is aged 35, and has recently published a book with the Royal Society of Chemistry, Chemical Applications of Molecular Modelling, which introduces experimental organic chemists to computational tech- niques. Macquarrie Born in Oban, Argyll, in 1960, Duncan Macquarrie studied Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde, graduating with a ﬁrst class degree in 1982 and a PhD in 1985. He then moved to York, where he carried out research in Phase Transfer Catalysis. He subsequently spent time in industry, where he worked in the UK and abroad, mostly in syn- thetic chemistry, but always with an interest in method development and catalysis. He returned to York in 1995 to take up a Royal Society University Research Fellowship, and has developed a range of novel cata- lysts for green chemistry. He is Associate Editor of Green Chemistry, and a National Member of Council with the Royal Society of Chemistry. He went on to study at Bristol University, where he graduated with a ﬁrst class honours in chemistry in 1985.
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