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Member Profile: Graeme Watson

09 July 2018

Graeme Watson, computational chemist was admitted to the Royal Irish Academy on 25 May 2018.

He is professor of Theoretical Chemistry at Trinity College Dublin and a member of CRANN, the TCD Institute for Materials Science. Professor Watson is internationally recognised for developing and applying computational models to material science problems, including energy generation and storage (such as photovoltaics and fuel cells) and environmental catalysis.

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