Clare Grey

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Clare Grey
Institutions University of Cambridge
Alma mater University of Oxford
Notable awards FRS
Website
www.ch.cam.ac.uk/person/cpg27

Clare Grey, FRS, is a British chemist. She is Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Pembroke College and the Associate Director of the Northeastern Chemical Energy Storage Center at Stony Brook University.

Research[edit]

Grey specialises in applications of nuclear magnetic resonance and in particular using it to study lithium ion batteries.[1][2] She was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 2011[3] and awarded the Günther Laukien prize in 2013[1] followed by the Davy Medal in 2014 for "further pioneering applications of solid state nuclear magnetic resonance to materials of relevance to energy and the environment."[4]

Education and Career[edit]

  • 1987 BA (Honors), University of Oxford, Chemistry
  • 1991 D. Phil. University of Oxford, Chemistry[citation needed]
  • 1991 Royal Society Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Nijmegen, Physical Chemistry
  • 1992 Visiting Scientist at DuPont CR&D
  • 1994 Assistant Professor, Chemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • 2001 Full Professor
  • 2009 Full Professor, University of Cambridge
  • 2009 Director, North Eastern Center for Chemical Energy Storage, a Department of Energy Frontier Center
  • 2008 Vaughan Lecturer
  • 2010 Royal Society of Chemistry John Jeyes Award [5]
  • 2011 Kavli Medal

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b ENC Monday Bruker Party, Laukien Prize Awarded To Clare Grey | TheResonance – Bruker's Blog about NMR, EPR and MRI
  2. ^ Improved lithium batteries - Materials Today
  3. ^ "2011 Royal Society fellows". 
  4. ^ Holly Else (6 August 2014). "DNA pioneer Jeffreys wins Royal Society award". Times Higher Education Supplement. 
  5. ^ "AMPERE Prize 2010". 

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