Antiaromatic nanocage is C&EN’s molecule of the year 2019!
We are really proud that C&EN awarded the antiaromatic nanocage as molecule of the year 2019! Big thanks to everyone who voted for it! This has really been a wonderful work by our colleagues Dr Masahiro Yamashina (now at Tokyo Institute of Technology), Dr Roy Lavendomme (now at University of Ghent), and Dr Tanya Ronson. #Events #Awards #Papers
C&EN’s molecules of the year for 2019, please vote!
C&EN is taking votes for the molecule of the year 2019. Our antiaromatic nanocage is one of the candidates. If you like our cage, please vote for us, here! #Events #Awards #Papers
Nguyen wins a poster prize!
Congratulations to Nguyen for winning a poster prize at the annual Chemistry Showcase, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge! #Awards #People
Nitschke group at ISMSC 2019 in Lecce with two poster prizes for Larissa and Roy
Charlie, Dawei, Jonathan, Larissa, Nguyen, Nozomi, Pei Zhen, Roy, Tanya, and Prof. John Thoburn were at ISMSC 2019 in Lecce with Larissa and Roy being awarded IUCr Journals Poster Prizes. Apart from an excellent scientific program, they were able to enjoy some of the beautiful Puglia region and (of course) excellent Italian food. (Photo at Torre Sant'Andrea courtesy of Roberto Carlucci.) #Awards #Conferences
Dr. Masahiro Yamashina won the "CSJ Presentation Award 2019"!
Dr. Masahiro Yamashina won the "CSJ Presentation Award 2019" at the 99th CSJ Annual Meeting in Kobe, Japan on 16-19th March 2019. He presented a talk entitled "Development of a Coordination Cage with an Antiaromatic Nanospace". #Awards #Conferences
Group Alumnus Prof. Jack Clegg wins the Malcolm McIntosh Prize
Group Alumnus Prof. Jack Clegg (University of Queensland, Australia) wins the Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year, which was presented by the Prime Minister of Australia. #Awards
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
Angela Grommet passes her PhD viva
Congratulations to Dr Angela Grommet on passing her PhD viva with No Corrections! Angela was examined by Professor Mike Ward (University of Warwick) and Professor Chris Hunter (University of Cambridge). #People #Awards