ASTech leadership in The Analytical Scientist Power List 2015

ASTech leadership in The Analytical Scientist Power List 2015

October 22, 2015

ASTech Training Centre Director Emily Hilder and Chief Investigator Paul Haddad have been celebrated again amongst the top 100 most influential people in the world of analytical science, as published in The Analytical Scientist Power List for 2015.

Professor Emily Hilder was also featured in The Analytical Scientist's Power Lists in 2013 and 2014. Emeritus Professor Haddad has been placed at #13 for 2015, and was also featured in the list for 2013.

Their acknowledgment by this publication highlights their ongoing significant contributions to the field.

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