Fellowship of Third World of Academy of Sciences (TWAS), Italy to Director of IICT

October 2006
Chemical Business;Oct2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p106
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The article reports on the Fellowship Third World Academy of Sciences citation for Indian Institute of Chemical Technology director J. S. Yadav. The recipient of the award was recognized for his skills in the synthesis of drugs such as taxol, camptothecin, discodermalide and polyhydroxyl unsaturated fatty acids.


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