ICCC 2018, Sendai, Japan

Several group members together with Jonathan attended ICCC 2018 in Sendai, Japan.Jonathan delivered an invited lecture titled “Functional Systems of Coordination Complexes via Subcomponent Self-Assembly”. Angela was also invited to give a talk at the Rising Stars Symposium session titled "Coordination Cages for the Transportation of Molecular Cargo". Tanya gave an oral talk titled “Self-Assembly and Guest Binding Properties of Aromatic-Panelled FeII4L6Tetrahedra”. Dawei presented an oral talk titled “Coordination Cages in Environmental Chemistry: Anion Extraction and Recovery”. Lillian, Felix, John and Masahiro presented posters during the conference with Felix and Masahiro winning poster pr

Derrick and Ben's Paper Features in C&EN News

Some of the group's recently published work has been featured in Chemical and Engineering News. The article entitled 'Supramolecular transformer morphs into different shapes' highlights the group's continued work on post-assembly modification and supramolecular structural transformations and references the recent J. Am. Chem. Soc. paper by group members Derrick Roberts, Ben Pilgrim, Giedre Sirvinskaite, Tanya Ronson and Jonathan Nitschke (DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b05082). Read the full article here. The work was also recently highlighted on the University of Cambridge departmental pages. #Papers

Felix Rizzuto and Masahiro Yamashina win Poster Prizes at ICCC2018

Congratulations to Felix Rizzuto and Masahiro Yamashina, who both won the Poster Prizes at the 43rd International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC2018) in Sendai, Japan. Felix's poster was titled 'Allosteric interactions in coordination cages' and Masahiro's was titled 'An Antiaromatic Nanocage with Antiaromatic Panels'. #Awards

Larissa and Marion win poster prizes at GRC on Systems Chemistry

Congratulations to Larissa von Krbek and Marion Kieffer, who both won poster prizes at the 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Systems Chemistry in Maine, US. Marion's poster was titled "Quantitative Mass Spectrometry: Myth or Reality?", and Larissa's was titled "Allosteric Regulation of Anion Exchange in an Fe4L6 Tetrahedron". Celebratory lobsters all round! #Conferences #People #Awards

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