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chemist , educator

Alan Maxwell Bond, Australian Chemist, educator. Recipient Rennie medal, 1975, David Syme prize, 1978, Stokes medal, 1992, Liversidge award, 1992, numerous others; recipient numerous grants and fellowships, including Erskine fellowship Canterbury U., 1993,Japan Society for the Promotion of Science fellowship, 1990.


Bond, Alan Maxwell was born on August 17, 1946 in Cobden, Australia. Son of Ian Thomas and Joyce Myrtle Bond.


Bachelor of Science, U. Melbourne, 1966; Doctor of Philosophy, U. Melbourne, 1971; Doctor of Science, U. Melbourne, 1977.


Senior demonstrator department inorganic chemistry, U. Melbourne, 1970-1973; research fellow, U. Melbourne, 1973-1978; Foundation professor of chemistry, division chemical and physical science, Deakin U., Geelong, Australia, 1978-1990; professor of chemistry, La Trobe U., Bundoora, Australia, 1990-1995; professor of chemistry, Monash U., Clayton, Australia, since 1995. Visiting associate professor department chemistry Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1972, visiting professor, 1976. Visiting professor inorganic chemistry laboratory Oxford (England) University.

Royal Society Chemistry lecturer, Australia, 1990. Member committee Australian Research Council, Canberra, since 1993.


Fellow Australian Academy Science (county since 1993), Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Royal Society Chemistry (London). Member American Chemical Society, Electrochem.Soc.


Married Tunde-Maria Szegedy. Children: Stephen, Andrew.

Ian Thomas

Joyce Myrtle Bond

Tunde-Maria Szegedy

Stephen Bond

Andrew Bond