Year: 2017

Jiri’s Paper in JACS

Our first paper has just been accepted for publication in The Journal of the American Chemical Society! The article describes the inter- and intramolecular interactions that can occur between even simple aromatic groups (e.g., phenyl rings) in fluorescent molecular rotors. Congratulations

Aisha Picks Up BFWG Scholarship

Second-year PhD student Aisha Bismillah has been selected for a Scholarship by the British Federation of Women Graduates (BFWG). After submitting a research proposal and attending an interview in London in early July, she has been awarded the Marjorie Shaw

Ketaki Joins for the Summer

The group has recently welcomed Ketaki Samanta, a visiting PhD student from the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata. Ketaki will be a part of the group for four months with the support of a Newton–Bhaba Fellowship. In Durham, she

3MT Win for Aisha

Aisha took part in the Durham University heats for the Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition. She made it through to the university final, having won first place in the Faculty of Science round. Congratulations, Aisha! The 3MT is an international competition