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About the Editorial Team

Editor-in-Chief - Curt Wentrup

Curt Wentrup was educated at the University of Copenhagen (Cand. Scient. 1966; DSc 1976) and the Australian National University (PhD 1969). He held an assistant professorship at the Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, and a professorship at the Universität Marburg, Germany, before returning to Australia in 1985 as professor of organic chemistry and head of the organic chemistry section at the University of Queensland, where he is now emeritus professor. Since 2009 he is chair of the National Committee for Chemistry of the Australian Academy of Science. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and has published over 300 publications. His research interests are in the fields of both experimental and computational chemistry of reactive intermediates and unusual molecules, flash vacuum thermolysis, and photochemistry, and he collaborates extensively with groups in Denmark, France, Germany, Singapore, and Switzerland.

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Professor Curt Wentrup
Australian Journal of Chemistry - an International Journal for Chemical Science
School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
The University of Queensland
Brisbane, Qld 4072
Australia
Email wentrup@uq.edu.au

Publisher - Jenny Bennett

Jenny Bennett was born in the UK in 1968, and graduated from the University of Melbourne with a PhD (synthesis and biological activities of analogues of compounds with anti-cancer properties). Since 1995 she has worked as Assistant Editor, Associate Editor, Production Editor, and Deputy Managing Editor of Australian Journal of Chemistry - an International Journal for Chemical Science and Environmental Chemistry. She was heavily involved in launching the CSIRO suite of journals in electronic form in 1997. Since 2008 she has been Publisher of the chemical sciences journals within CSIRO PUBLISHING. She is grateful to have a job which allows her to interact with so many remarkable scientists.

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Dr Jenny Bennett
Australian Journal of Chemistry - an International Journal for Chemical Science
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