Dennis Nielsen has been chosen as one of the ten shortlisted candidates selected from this year’s #ReaxysPhDPrize 45 finalists. Since its launch in 2010, the Reaxys PhD Prize has aimed to recognize chemistry PhD students and recent graduates, fostering creativity in ground-breaking chemistry by identifying tomorrow’s chemistry leaders and empowering them to magnify the impact of their work. He is invited to give an oral presentation of his work at the Prize Symposium on 19-21 October in Shanghai where the 3 winners of this year’s Prize will be selected. Good luck for the Shanghai presentation.