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May 3rd, 2007
Goverdhan Mehta was recognized for significant advances he has made in the synthesis of organic compounds.
Anti-cancer drugs and carbon compounds with potential applications in nanotechnology devices are among the 50 complex and biologically active products that Mehta's group have synthesised.
As president of the International Council for Science in Paris, Mehta is now dedicating himself to promoting international collaboration in science, particularly on issues relating to sustainable development.
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