Congratulations to Joanne who has been invited to present her research at J-NOST-15 in New Delhi, India.
Congratulations to our project students from this past year, Claire, Jess, Hayley and Kathryn, who are graduating from their undergraduate courses from School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh. Congratulations to Jamie and Jon who are graduating from their PhDs from School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh.
Steve is humbled and honoured to be awarded the School of Chemistry excellence in teaching award.
Good luck to Joanne, who’s at EuroBoron8. She’s giving a talk on Enantioselective Boron Catalysis on Thursday.
We would like to welcome Andrew and Maciej. Andrew is a fourth-year undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh, joining us as part of an EPSRC undergraduate vacation internship. Maciej is a third-year PhD student from the Pawluć group at Adam Mickiewicz University.
Congratulations to Joanne for being awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry travel grant for Ph.D. students and early career scientists for her trip to EuroBoron8 in Montpellier. Well done!
Congratulations to Pete and Mark for their paper out in JACS in collaboration with Prof Michael Neidig.
Well done to everyone in the group who presented their work, both in posters and oral presentations, at the Firbush Organics Reading Party. Special congratulations go to Dom and Kieran who all won Best Question Prize and Best Poster Prize respectively!
Congratulations to Jamie for the publication of his recent paper “Nucleophile induced ligand rearrangement reactions of alkyoxy- and arylsilanes”.
This is Jamie’s first paper as corresponding author!
Congratulations to Amy, Riaz, Joanne and Jamie for their paper “Regiodivergent Hydrosilylation, Hydrogenation, [2π+2π]-Cycloaddition and C–H Borylation using Counterion Activated Earth-abundant Metal Catalysis” out in Chemcal Science