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Sam Adeloju is a Professor of Chemistry at the Monash University (Australia) and a Visiting Professor of Sensors and Analytical Chemistry at the University of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Prof. Adeloju is an internationally recognised expert in biosensing technology, nanotechnology, analytical spectrometry, electroanalytical and environmental chemistry. He has published numerous papers in journals and books, speaking regularly at international conferences and conventions.
Prof. Adeloju’s research has earned him regular recognition both nationally and internationally. He was awarded the 2009 Applied Research Medal by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) for outstanding contributions to the development of Applied Chemistry research in Australia from 1999–2009, particularly in biosensors, nanotechnology and analytical spectrometry. He was also the recipient of the 2011 Stokes Medal from the Electrochemistry Division of RACI for distinguished contributions to electrochemistry in Australia and the winner of the 2013 Doreen Clark Medal from the Analytical and Environmental Chemistry Division of RACI for outstanding contributions to Analytical Chemistry in Australia. He is also currently the Chairman of the RACI Management Committee of the monthly published Chemistry in Australia magazine.