Iranian writer among the world’s top scientists

Babak Karimi, Iranian Professor of Chemistry, who was invited by John Wiley Publishing Company in 2012 to write a book on honoring Chemistry Nobel winners, has been named as the 29th top scientist by the Islamic World Science Citation Center (ISC).

IBNA: This summer, the Islamic World Science Citation Center (ISC) named 59 top researches of the world of Islam among which Babak Karimi was ranked as the 29th.

Karimi, who has published over 100 articles in international journals, was included in ISC 2006 list as well.

In 2012, Wiley Publishing Company had invited writers of chemistry works from the U.S., Germany, U.K., Japan, Hungary, China and Iran for publishing ‘Palladium-Catalyzed Coupling Reactions: Practical Aspects and Future Developments’ in order to honor the 2010 Chemistry Nobel winners Richard F. Heck, Ei- ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki.

Babak Karimi joined the group of the writers as an Iranian author and wrote the book’s 5th chapter, Coupling reactions induced by polymer-supported catalysts, in collaboration with Sedigheh Abedi and Asghar Zamani.

The book was published in April 2013 for 149 Euros.

Babak Karimi is a professor of chemistry at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences (IASBS).



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