Shaymaa Walid Al Shehimy ranked first in the results of the Master 2 in the Catalysis Molecules and Green Chemistry at the University of Rennes
The Lebanese University graduate student Shaymaa Walid Al Shehimy ranked first in the results of the Master 2 in the Catalysis Molecules and Green Chemistry at the University of Rennes 1 - France.
Shaymaa excelled among a group of students (from France and other nationalities) after completing a study on activating Pyridine and Boron to incorporate them into molecules to be used in medical or agricultural fields entitled: “A Rationally Devised Supramolecular Iridium Catalyst for Pyridine Functionalisation”.
Shaymaa holds a Bachelor degree in Chemistry and Master 1 in Molecular Chemistry from the Lebanese University – Faculty of Sciences and intends to pursue her PhD degree at the École normale supérieure de Lyon following the scholarship she received from the Doctoral School of Chemistry of Lyon.
Shaymaa gives credit to her professors at the Lebanese University who supported her and provided her with the "scientific and knowledge base" to excel among students from around the world.