Professor Cathleen Crudden receives the 2018 IPMI Carol Tyler Award
Professor Cathleen Crudden (Nagoya University and Queen's University) has been selected to receive the 2018 IPMI Carol Tyler Award. The International Precious Metal Institute's Carol Tyler Award recognizes the achievements of women researching precious metals. Professor Crudden is known for her leading work on palladium-catalyzed cross coupling with enantioenriched organoboranes, as well as research on the formation of monolayers on a gold surface with N-heterocyclic carbenes. Professor Crudden is the first researcher from a Canadian university to receive this award, which recognizes achievement by a woman in the field of precious metals in industry or academia.