August: Congratulation to Steve, who has got the title of Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford based on "the applicant’s excellent record in research and teaching"! Source
August: Congrats to Rob who has won the poster prize at the Systems Chemistry GRC!
July: New people in the group! Welcome to Lily (Undergraduate at Somerville College), Mimi (visiting from South Carolina State) and Alba (here for 6 months from Freiburg)!
June: Congrats to Joseph for winning the poster prize at the Oxford synthesis conference (OSSC18)!
June: Congratulations to Ignacio and Sarah for their new paper in Nature Communications about "A transient self-assembling self-replicator"! To find out more, follow this link (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-04670-2).
June: Alexandre has left the CRL and will be doing an industrial placement in GSK (Stevenage) for 3 months.
June: Welcome to our new CDT rotation student Ndidi!
April: Reece has left the CRL and will be doing an industrial placement in Vertex (Abingdon) for 3 months. Enjoy your time there!
April: Nisha has her new paper about Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis of Geminal-Dicarboxylates on ChemRxiv! This way to read it!
April: The Fletcher group is going to the Bristol Synthesis Meeting!
April: Nod and Alex are heading to Girona, in order to attend the Girona Seminar 2018 about "Predictive Catalysis, Transition-Metal Reactivity by Design".
March: Welcome to Maria Lebedeva, our new Post Doc who will work in origin of life!
February: Mireia takes her farewell and we wish her the best of luck for the future! Welcome to our new CDT rotation student Lewis!
October: Welcome Wieland, new DPhil student in the group! Welcome Shu, new PDRA in the group!
September: The asymmetric catalysis people of the group are going to the ISHC Congress in Regensburg, Germany. Well done Mireia for winning a poster prize!
July: Well done Sarah for winning a poster prize at the Origin of Life Conference in San Diego. Congratulations to our Part II students Ella and Jonny for passing their viva!