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Two faculty members named Fellows of the Royal Society of Chemistry, U.K.

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Prof. Srinivas Hotha and Dr. R. Vaidhyanathan, faculty members in the department of Chemistry at IISER Pune, have recently been named Fellows of the Royal Society of Chemistry, U.K.   
A professional body for chemical scientists and one of the oldest chemical societies in the world, the Royal Society of Chemistry supports and represents a worldwide community. Fellows of the RSC have the opportunity to channel their expertise and commitment to promoting the value of chemistry, through the international framework of the Society. 
Prof. Srinivas Hotha Dr. R. Vaidhyanathan
Prof. Hotha's research group works in the area of carbohydrate chemistry and Dr. Vaidhyanathan's group works in the area of materials sciences. Learn more about their work here and here.  Being named a Fellow of the RSC is a recognition of the impact that a researcher's work has had in chemical sciences. 
Our congratulations and best wishes to Prof. Hotha and Dr. Vaidhyanathan on this recognition!