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RENATA ADAMI Premi per la ricerca

Top 1% cited paper in Chemical Engineering
Elsevier - Isole Minori lontane dagli Stati Uniti
Recognition of outstanding performance
CSIR (The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research), Pretoria (South Africa) - Sudafrica
In Recognition for her outstanding performance and achievement in education, research andpromotion of nanomedicine in Africa, particularly in the field of Super Criticai Fluids MicronizationTecniques: SAS (SupercriticI Antisolvent) and SAA (Supercritical Assisted Atomization)Dr. Adami is a constructive contributor to the Pan-African Centre of Excellence in Nanomedicine atthe CSIR. In dose collaboration with the Centre, she contributed significantly to the curriculum ofthe 1^^ Pan-African Summer School in Nanomedicine, 4-10 November 2012, South Africa.For her dedication to the interests of the Pan-African Centre of Excellence in Nanomedicine, as well as the advancement of nanomedicine in Africa, this award represents the CSIR's recognition and appreciation of her loyal support
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Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Loja (Ecuador) - Ecuador
AWARD for the best PhD thesis
Compressed Fluid Technologies Division of the Association of Finnish Chemical Societies (Finland) - Finlandia
The Compressed Fluid Technologies credited Dr. Renata Adami for her doctoral thesis: " Micronization of pharmaceuticals and food ingredients using supercritical fluid techniques". The thesis was accepted in the University of Turku in December 2007.The merits of her dissertation included multi-disciplinary approach and the application of new techniques into practice. Dr. Adami studied the mechanisms of micronization in pressurized fluids and practical applications in the fields of pharma- and food industries.The research was done in collaborative projects between the University of Turku, Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) and MTT Agrifood Research Finland. Domestic companies and the University of Salerno also participated. The research was co-funded from participating organizations, Drug 2000 national research program (TEKES), the Academy of Finland and CIMO.
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