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2015.6.29
The title is "A Career in Catalysis: Masatake Haruta".
2014.5.27
PRIZE Professor Haruta was awarded an honorary doctorate (Doctor Honoris Causa) from Université catolique de Louvain. From Oct. 1981 he spent a year at Prof. Delmon’s lab of the university.
2014.5.9
“When Gold is not Noble: Catalysis by Nanoparticles” / Date: November 20, 2013
2014.4.5
The title is “Size- and Structure-specificity in Catalysis by Gold Clusters”.
2014.1.4
The title is “Chance and Necessity: My Encounter with Gold Catalysts".
2013.12.15
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The title is “Aerobic Oxidation of Sulfides to Sulfoxides Catalyzed by Gold/Manganese Oxides”. The schematic representation of mechanism appeared on the cover of the issue.
2013.6.24
Reprints of Advances in Catalysis vol.55 Ch.1 "Hetrogeneous Catalysis by Gold"(Academic Press) are now available.
2013.6.19
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Associate Professor Biswajit Chowdhury (Department of Applied Chemistry, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad) stayed in our lab from JUNE 1 to 10.
2013.6.13
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Professor Haruta delivered a lecture at Nagoya Institute of Technology, The 1st NITech Distinguished Lecture.
The Title was "Randomness and Necessity: An Encounter with Gold ".
This is on YouTube only this month.
2013.6.11
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Dr. David A. Pendlebury, who is a consulting citation analyst of Thomson Reuters, visited Professor Haruta to discuss why Prof. Haruta had been awarded as a Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate.
2013.5.25
A book titled "Nano particles" by Professor Haruta was published from Kyoritsu Shuppan Co., Ltd.
2012.9.19
PRIZE Professor Haruta was awarded as a Thomson Reuters “Nobel-class” Citation Laureate.
Professor Haruta was named as a potential Nobel laureate for his “independent foundational discoveries of catalysis by gold.”
2012.9.5
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International conference GOLD 2012 which was organized by our lab was held.
2012 September 5-8 in Shinjuku.
2011.7.11
Awarded for outstanding contributions to the chemistry of gold and the creation of the new field of catalysis by gold.
Introductory Talk was summarized Faraday Disc.152(1), 11-32(2011).
2010.8.7
PRIZE M2 Naoto Fujita was selected Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize in Inaugural (1st) International Conference on Molecular & Functional Catalysis (ICMFC-1, July 11-14, 2010 Sentosa, Singapore)
Awarded for Effect of the morphology of nickel oxide on the catalytic activity for CO oxidation
2010.3.1
PUBLISHED Topic of Professor Haruta's Chemical Society of Japan Award Commendation was published on Chemistry & Chemical Industry Vol.63 p203(2010).
2010.2.23
PRIZE B4 Rena Takamura and Yuuta Onuma were selected Most Impressive Presentation Award in Graduation thesis presentation.
Noriko Kawakita was selected last year, Yuko Okatsu was selected two years ago.
2010.2.12
PRIZE Professor Haruta was selected as 62nd The Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ) Award.
Awarded for New catalytic activity of gold nanoparticles.
2010.2.12
PUBLISHED Article on gold catalysis researches was appeared in The Nikkei in February.
2009.8.14
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PRIZE M2 Kaichiro Kuwano was selected Best Poster Competition on Joint Conference: The 4th International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry (GSC-4) & the 2nd Asian-Oceanian Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry (AOC-2)
2008.7.12
We cooperated Exhibition "Gold, Zipangu the Golden country and El Dorado" in the National Museum of Nature and Science.