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Zhao Yufen Zhao Yufen (born 1948, ) is a chemist and researcher at the College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Xiamen University. Zhao has been an outspoken critic of chemical plants. She was the youngest female member elected to the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Zhao Yufen Zhao was born in Qi County, Henan, but moved to Taiwan in 1949 with her parents. Zhao graduated from National Tsinghua University in 1971, and received her Ph.D from SUNY in 1975. In 1979, she went on to become a researcher at the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She became a professor at Tsinghua University in 1988 and in 1991, was elected to the Chinese Academy of Sciences, where she was the "youngest female member at the time."
Zhao Yufen In March 2007, Zhao created a petition to halt the construction of a chemical plant in Xiamen. Zhao was against the plant, which was going to produce paraxylene (PX), a carcinogenic petrochemical, due to health risks and pollution of the environment. She said that "As a project with a high risk of poisonous emissions and explosions, the project should not be located close to a city." She also started writing letters to propose a relocation of the plant to He Lefeng, the Party chief of Xiamen. Months later, protesters used text messages to spread the word of a demonstration against the plant. Xiamen lawmakers voted overwhelmingly against the plant, which was located to Gulei Peninsula.
Zhao Yufen Zhao has work published in the JACS (10.1021/ja9023397), "Journal of Organic Chemistry", "Angewandte Chemie", "Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry", "Chemical Communications", "Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis", and other journals.