From October 31 to November 1, the 10th National Symposium on electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy kicked off in the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei, Anhui, and the award ceremony of Xu Yuanzhi's paramagnetic resonance Development Award Fund in 2020 was held. Prof. Lin Yingwu from University of South China, won the "Outstanding Youth Award" and made a special report entitled "molecular design of artificial metal enzyme, EPR spectral characteristics and catalytic function research".
Professor Lin Yingwu, dean of School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and director of Institute of bioinorganic chemistry of the University, has long been engaged in the research of bio-inorganic and protein chemistry, molecular design and application of artificial metal enzymes, and chemical and biological effects of natural actinides. This award is a manifesto of his remarkable research work on the application of paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy in the molecular design of metalloproteinases.
Xu Yuanzhi's Paramagnetic Resonance Development Award Fund was initiated by Prof. Xu Yuanzhi of Zhejiang University, who has been engaged in EPR research since 1960 and is one of the pioneers in this field in China, with the purpose of rewarding the outstanding talents related to EPR across the country.
Lin Yingwu (Right 1) at the ceremony
Creditor: Department of Publicity of University of South China.