, Volume 3, Issue 3-4, pp 161-162


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The special issue of Electrocatalysis is dedicated to Dr. Radoslav Adzic on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Ratko, as he is known to his students, colleagues, and friends, is an outstanding, curiosity-driven and creative scientist active in the area electrochemistry and electrocatalysis. He studied at the University of Belgrade, the former Yugoslavia, and now Serbia. Following Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science studies, he continued his education that culminated in Doctorate of Science in 1974. The University of Belgrade was internationally renowned for its excellent training in electrochemical sciences and its electrochemists were often invited to spend time in overseas laboratories. During the time of his doctoral studies and afterwards, Dr. Adzic traveled several times to the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, USA, where he collaborated with the late Prof. E. Yeager. In 1992, he moved to USA and joined the Brookhaven National Laboratory where at present he is Electroch