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Seiji Shinkai (新海征治 born 1944) is a Japanese chemist and Professor of Chemistry at Kyushu University in Japan.
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Shinkai was born in Fukuoka, Japan in 1944. He completed his B.S. in 1967 and Ph.D. in 1972 from Kyushu University.
He became a lecturer at Kyushu University in 1972. From 1972 to 1974, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He joined Kyushu University in 1975 and became a full professor there in 1988.
Shinkai is known for his pioneering research in molecular self-assembly. Molecular self-assembly is the assembly of molecules without guidance or management from an outside source.
His main field of expertise and research interests are Host Guest Chemistry, Molecular Recognition, Liquid Crystals/Organic Gelators Sugar Sensing/Sugar-Based Combinatorial Chemistry, Polysaccharide-Polynucleotide Interactions, Sol-Gel Transcription and Inorganic Combinatorial Chemistry.
He is widely considered as one of the top chemists in the World. He was the winner of the Izatt-Christensen International Award in 1998.
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