Leroy "Lee" Cronin (born 1 June 1973) is the Regius Chair of Chemistry in the School of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow, UK. He was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and appointed to the Regius Chair of Chemistry in 2013 (He was previously the Gardiner Chair, appointed April 2009).https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leroy_Cronin
Lee Cronin, Director: The Hole in the Ground. Lee Cronin is an Irish writer and director from Dublin. His debut feature film The Hole in the Ground (2019) had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2019. He is previously well known for the award winning Ghost Train (2013) which won the Méliès d'Argent for Best European Fantastic Short film. Earlier in his career, he wrote and ...
Lee Cronin has been awarded a 2018 RSC interdisciplinary prize, in recognition of his ground-breaking work exploring complex chemical systems and digitizing chemistry using artificial intelligence. Established in 1986, the RSC Interdisciplinary Prizes are awarded to researchers whose work involves chemistry and another discipline.
Leroy "Lee" Cronin (born 1 June 1973) is the Regius Chair of Chemistry in the School of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow, UK. He was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and appointed to the Regius Chair of Chemistry in 2013 (He was previously the Gardiner Chair, appointed April 2009).
Lee Cronin's lab at the University of Glasgow does cutting-edge research into how complex chemical systems, created from non-biological building blocks, can have real-world applications with wide impact. At TEDGlobal 2012, Cronin shared some of the lab's latest work: creating a 3D printer for molecules.
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Before life existed on Earth, there was just matter, inorganic dead "stuff." How improbable is it that life arose? And -- could it use a different type of chemistry? Using an elegant definition of life (anything that can evolve), chemist Lee Cronin is exploring this question by attempting to create a fully inorganic cell using a "Lego kit" of inorganic molecules -- no carbon -- that can ...
Lee Cronin. Regius Professor of Chemistry, The University of Glasgow. Verified email at glasgow.ac.uk ... L Cronin. Angewandte Chemie 119 (40), 7723-7726, 2007. 240:Title Sort Sort by citationsSort by yearSort by titleCited by Cited byYearPolyoxometalate clusters, nanostructures and materials: from self assembly to designer materials and devices DL Long, E Burkholder, L Cronin Chemical Society Reviews 36 (1), 105-121, 20072007Polyoxometalates: building blocks for functional nanoscale systems DL Long, R Tsunashima, L Cronin Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (10), 1736-1758, 20102010Encyclopedia of supramolecular chemistry JL Atwood, JW Steed CRC press, 20042004Engineering polyoxometalates with emergent properties HN Miras, J Yan, DL Long, L Cronin Chemical Society Reviews 41 (22), 7403-7430, 20122012
Lee Cronin was born in the UK and was fascinated with science and technology from an early age getting his first computer and chemistry set when he was 8 years old. This is when he first started thinking about programming chemistry and looking for inorganic aliens.
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Coon contributed to four scripts for the third season under the pseudonym of Lee Cronin, as he was by then under contract to Universal Studios. Post–Star Trek. Following his period with Star Trek, Coon produced the Universal Studios series It Takes a Thief, starring Robert Wagner, during which time he mentored Glen A. Larson.