Dr. Lele NCL selected for S.S. Bhatnagar Prize in Engineering Sciences

September 2006
Chemical Business;Sep2006, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p67
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The article reports on the citation of scientist Ashish K. Lele of the National Chemical Laboratory in Pune, India with the 2006 Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar (SSB) Prize in Engineering Sciences. His work involves smart gels, influence of molecular topology on the dynamics and polymer-nanoclay composites. The SSB Prize is the highest Indian award in science and technology. The other awards received by Lele are also mentioned such as the 1996 CSIR Young Scientist Award.


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