University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (VŠChT)
Kuhan Chandru received his B.sc in marine biology from the University Terengganu Malaysia in 2005. He did his M.Sc. in organic geochemistry at University Putra Malaysia, analyzing oil pollution from various environmental samples. He then obtained his Ph.D. in material chemistry under the MEXT scholarship at Yokohama National University in 2013 working on the stabilities of biomolecules in deep sea hydrothermal vent environments. In 2014, he was recruited by Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) at the Tokyo Institute of Technology on problems related to abiotic chemistry in hydrothermal vent environments to understand the origins of life. Since 2018, he is with University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (VŠChT) working to discover new chemistries that could have facilitated the origin of life.
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