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Meet the flow chemists Prof. Steve Christie and Prof. Shawn Collins

Meet the flow chemists Prof. Steve Christie and Prof. Shawn Collins Journal of Flow Chemistry (2021) 11:3–6 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-021-00146-5 EDITORIAL Timothy Noël Published online: 9 March 2021 Akadémiai Kiadó 2021 Meet The Flow Chemist – Prof. Steve Christie Name Steve Christie Position Professor of Chemical Technologies, Loughborough University (UK) E-mail s.d.christie@lboro.ac.uk Homepage https://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/chemistry/ staff/academic-research/steve-christie/ Education BSc in Chemistry, University of Strathclyde 1990 PhD in Chemistry, University of Strathclyde (Billy Kerr) 1993 Postdoc, Boston College (Ross Kelly) 1993–1994 Postdoc, University of Southampton (Richard Whitby) 1994–1997 Position Head of Department, Dept of Chemistry, Loughborough University 1) When did you start with flow chemistry? Describe the 2) What are the main benefits of flow that convinced you to first paper or the first experiments. use and implement this technology in your research? We started first with 3D printing of chemical reac- As outlined above, we came to flow to achieve a goal in tors, and quickly figured out the best implementation of 3D printing. It became evident that being able to print “tub- this would be flow reactors. In around 2012, an engi- ing” was novel, but also that just printing tubes was not going neer at Loughborough asked me about the chemistry of to be a sufficient end goal. However, the further opportunities http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Flow Chemistry Springer Journals

Meet the flow chemists Prof. Steve Christie and Prof. Shawn Collins

Journal of Flow Chemistry , Volume 11 (1) – Mar 9, 2021

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Journal of Flow Chemistry (2021) 11:3–6 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-021-00146-5 EDITORIAL Timothy Noël Published online: 9 March 2021 Akadémiai Kiadó 2021 Meet The Flow Chemist – Prof. Steve Christie Name Steve Christie Position Professor of Chemical Technologies, Loughborough University (UK) E-mail s.d.christie@lboro.ac.uk Homepage https://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/chemistry/ staff/academic-research/steve-christie/ Education BSc in Chemistry, University of Strathclyde 1990 PhD in Chemistry, University of Strathclyde (Billy Kerr) 1993 Postdoc, Boston College (Ross Kelly) 1993–1994 Postdoc, University of Southampton (Richard Whitby) 1994–1997 Position Head of Department, Dept of Chemistry, Loughborough University 1) When did you start with flow chemistry? Describe the 2) What are the main benefits of flow that convinced you to first paper or the first experiments. use and implement this technology in your research? We started first with 3D printing of chemical reac- As outlined above, we came to flow to achieve a goal in tors, and quickly figured out the best implementation of 3D printing. It became evident that being able to print “tub- this would be flow reactors. In around 2012, an engi- ing” was novel, but also that just printing tubes was not going neer at Loughborough asked me about the chemistry of to be a sufficient end goal. However, the further opportunities

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Published: Mar 9, 2021

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