Top scientist elected Fellow of Hungarian Academy of Sciences
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|Title||Top scientist elected Fellow of Hungarian Academy of Sciences|
|Description||Chair Professor István T. Horváth of the Department of Chemistry at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has been elected External Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary for his significant contributions to catalysis and green chemistry. He is internationally recognised for his research on the mechanisms of transition metal catalysts, the replacement of traditional organic solvents with novel reaction environments, and the application of new, biomass-based renewable chemicals.|
Established in 1825, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences has national status with about 700 members, including corresponding and full members (for Hungarians living in Hungary), external members (for Hungarians living outside the country), and honorary members (for non-Hungarians).
|Media name/outlet||CityU NewsCentre, Hong Kong, Web|
|Degree of recognition||Local|