Congratulations to our May Awardees

Siba Moussa, from Syria, PhD candidate at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, for her representation of technetium
Thomas Hermans, assistant professor at Strasbourg University, France, for his representation of francium
Johanna Irrgeher, senior scientist at Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria, for her representation of astatine
Tejas Joshi, from India, Alexander von Humboldt fellow at Kiel University, Germany, for his representation of neptunium
Yalinu Poya, from Paua New Guinea, PhD candidate at University of Glasgow, for her representation of plutonium
Quan Yuan, professor at Hunan University, China, for her representation of promethium
Athina Anastasaki, from Greece, assistant professor at ETH Zurich, for her representation of curium
Michael Tarselli, scientific director at the Society for Lab Automation and Screening, USA, for his representation of americium
Philipp Gotico, from Philippines, PhD candidate at the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, for his representation of berkelium
Gift Mehlana, from Zimbabwe, lecturer and research at Midlands State University, for his representation of californium

The announcement was made by Laura Mc Connell during the opening ceremony of the 14th IUPAC International Congress of Crop Protection Chemistry, Sunday 19 May in Ghent, Belgium.