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The award recognises 'original and independent contributions to materials chemistry'.
Dove's research looks at ways of making new biodegradable materials for a variety of applications including drug delivery and regenerative medicine (the repair or replacement of damaged cells or tissues).
A key benefit of his group's work is that many of the raw materials used are derived from sustainable resources such as carbon dioxide, sugars and amino acids. Their research is focused on understanding and controlling the properties of the new materials on all length scales, down to the assembly of structures and particles at the nanoscale.
'We're working to shape the future of the chemical sciences for the benefit of science and humanity and these Prizes and Awards give recognition to true excellence in their fields.
'Our winners can be very proud to follow in the footsteps of some of the most influential and important chemical scientists in history.'
An incredible 47 previous winners of the
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