Benjamin List Biography, Age, German chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded, Google scholar, Family Photo and News

06 Oct, 2021
Google Benjamin List Biography, Age, German chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded, Google scholar, Family Photo and News

Nobel Prize chemistry 2021:

German Chemist Benjamin List and Scottish-born Chemist David MacMillan have been awarded the 2021 Noble Peace Prize in ‘Chemistry’ for their development of asymmetric organocatalysis, a new “new and ingenious tool for molecule building”. 

So, in this article further, we will know more about Benjamin List Biography, his age, education, etc.

Benjamin List Biography:

An H-index of 95 according to Google scholar, Benjamin List is a German Chemist and 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry laureate. On 6th October 2021, Benjamin List won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with David MacMillan.

Benjamin List Age:

Born on 11th January 1968, Benjamin List, Google Scholar is 53 years old

Benjamin List Birthplace: 

German Chemist Benjamin List was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1968.

Benjamin List Career and Education:

German Chemist Benjamin List obtained his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Free University ofBerllin, while his Ph.D. was from Goethe University Frankfurt. Benjamin List currently works as a professor at the University of Cologne and Director and Professor at the Max Planck Institute for Coal Research. Benjamin also is a principal investigator at the Institute for Chemical Reaction Design and Discovery, Hokkaido University.

Here is the list of Benjamin List Awards and Honors:

  • In 2021- Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • In 2019- Herbert C. Brown Lecture, Purdue University, Indiana, USA

  • In 2018- Member of the German National Academy of Science Leopoldina

  • In 2017- Prof. U. R. Ghatak Endowment Lecture, Kolkata, India

  • In 2017- Ta-shue Chou Lectureship, Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

  • In 2016- Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Prize

  • In 2015- Carl Shipp Marvel Lectures, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

  • In 2014- Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher

  • In 2014- Cope Scholar Award, USA

  • In 2013- Ruhrpreis, Mülheim, Germany

  • In 2013- Mukaiyama Award 2013

  • In 2013- Horst-Pracejus-Preis

  • In 2012- Otto-Bayer-Preis

  • In 2012- Novartis Chemistry Lectureship Award

  • In 2011- Boehringer-Ingelheim Lectureship, Harvard University, USA

  • In 2011- ERC Advanced Grant

  • In 2009- Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate

  • In 2009- Organic Reactions Lectureship, USA

  • In 2009- Boehringer-Ingelheim Lectureship, Canada

  • In 2008- Visiting Professor at Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

  • In 2007- AstraZeneca Award in Organic Chemistry

  • In 2007- OBC-Lecture Award

  • In 2007- Award of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie

  • In 2006- JSPS Fellowship Award of Japan

  • In 2005- Novartis Young Investigator Award

  • In 2005- AstraZeneca European Lectureship, the Society of Synthetic Chemistry, Japan

  • In 2005- Lectureship Award

  • In 2004- Lieseberg-Price of the University of Heidelberg

  • In 2004- Lecturer’s Award of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie

  • In 2004- Degussa Price for Chiral Chemistry

  • In 2003- Carl-Duisberg-Memorial Award of the German Chemical Society

  • In 2000- Synthesis-Synlett Journal Award,

  • In 1997- Feodor-Lynen Fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

  • In 1994- NaFoG-Award from the City of Berlin

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