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Harriet Manning

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HM bcmchemengHarriet Manning is the Editor of BMC Chemistry and is based in the London office. She received a PhD in chemical engineering from the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies at the University of Bath, UK, in 2015 where she worked on the use of membrane technologies in food process engineering. She began her publishing career at the Royal Society of Chemistry where she worked both in the books team and as an in-house editor for general chemistry journals. She subsequently joined Springer Nature in 2017 to work on the development of open access engineering journals before moving to the BMC Series in June 2018 to work on the launch and development of new engineering and physical sciences titles.

R. Stephen Berry

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R.StephenBerry

R. Stephen Berry is James Franck Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in Chemistry at the University of Chicago.

Research interests include the study of protein folding and interaction, atomic collisions, thermodynamics, efficient use of energy resources, nanoscale particle behavior, and intellectual property and electronic scientific communication.

Yi Lun Ying

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New Content ItemDr. Yi-Lun Ying is the Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry in the School of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering at East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST). Her B. Sc in Fine Chemistry, and Ph. D in Analytical Chemistry are all from the ECUST. After a doctoral exchange studying in the University of Birmingham, Dr. Ying carried out her postdoctoral research on nanopores and nanoelectrodes at ECUST. Since 2016, she started her independent work as an associate professor to focus on the nanospectroelectrochemistry. She co-authored on over 50 peer-reviewed publications, has given more than 20 oral presentations including 10 invited lectures, and has also served as Editor Board Member for Scientific Reports and Frontiers in Chemistry. As an active and emerging investigator in analytical chemistry, Dr. Ying has received 6 awards and honors, including the L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talents (2016) and Shanghai “Chen Guang” project (2018).

Vania Zuin

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Vania Zuin is a Professor at the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar, Brazil). Her background is Analytical Green Chemistry and Green Chemistry Education, with major interests in developing green analytical methodologies that are incipient to determine bioactive high-value organic substances extracted from Brazilian agro-industrial residues, particularly in separation science. Also, her research focuses on the development and dissemination of Green Chemistry educational material for Higher Education.

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