Dr James Crowley receives Early Career Award for Distinction in Research
Tuesday 13 September 2011
Dr James Crowley is one of six up-and-coming Otago researchers that have received the University’s 2011 Early Career Award for Distinction in Research.
The award recognises outstanding research achievements by staff who are still at an early stage of their academic careers and comes with a grant of $5000 to be used for research and scholarly development.
James' major research interests are in catalysis, self-assembly, molecular recognition and the development of molecular machines.