Winners of the 2020 MDPI Writing Prize
Dr Jesús Esteban Serrano is one of three 3rd Prize Winners of the MDPI Writing Prize which theme was “My work and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals”. This annual award supported by MDPI Author Services provides services including language editing, reformatting, plagiarism checks.
He named Fellow of International Water Association
Zhen (Jason) He, Professor of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, has been named a Fellow of the International Water Association (IWA), the world’s largest water research society. He is one of 17 new fellows elected in 2020.
Winner of the Canadian Science Policy Center Award of Excellence
Green Talent Dr Hannah Harrison have been named the 2020 Winner of the Canadian Science Policy Award of Excellence - Youth Category. Her proposal topic was "Improving seafood direct-marketing for Canadian economic resilience and food security". You can watch the awards ceremony here.
1st Place in the ISWA Publication Award 2020
Each year, ISWA's panel of expert judges recognise the publication which they feel offers the most valuable contribution to the promotion of sustainable waste management. ISWA’s expert judging panel were unanimous that Dr Kamila Pope´s publication be awarded first place.
Highly Cited Researcher 2020
Dr Yuli Shan was named Highly Cited Researcher 2020 by Web of Science in recognition of his exceptional research performance demonstrated by production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% for field and year in in Cross-Field.
Out of 100 woman selected for the Homeward Bound project
Tatianna Silva, the second ever Brazilian, has been selected for the Homeward Bound project, a transformational leadership initiative for women with a background in STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, medicine). Have a look at Tatianna´s crowdfunding page on GoFundMe.
Appointed to UN Sustainable Development Advisory Group
UN Secretary-General appoints 15 independent scientists to draft the second quadrennial Global Sustainable Development Report. Dr Shirin Malekpour is the only Australian among 15 world-leading scientists to advise the UN on global sustainable development.