Professor Nikolay Zheludev elected Fellow of The Royal Society

Published on: 11-May-2018

Nikolay.jpgWe are proud to announce that Professor Nikolay Zheludev has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Society for his contributions in the fields of metamaterials and nanophotonics. He is a respected pioneer of photonics and a co-director of the Photonics Institute in NTU. He now joins the ranks of eminent scientists like Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

"Our Fellows are key to the Royal Society’s fundamental purpose of using science for the benefit of humanity. From Norwich to Melbourne to Ethiopia, this year’s newly elected Fellows and Foreign Members of the Royal Society are testament that science is a global endeavour and excellent ideas transcend borders. We also recognise the cutting edge innovation taking place across industry, with many of this year’s Fellows coming from the thriving tech industry. For their outstanding contributions to research and innovation, both now and in the future, it gives me great pleasure to welcome the world’s best scientists into the ranks of the Royal Society." - Venki Ramakrishnan, President of the Royal Society (Source)

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