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Curtin Chemistry is located at the University’s Bentley campus, and is housed in state-of-the-art laboratories.
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Simon W. Lewis Jul 19
Nice way to start the weekend - paper accepted! Revealing the elemental distribution within latent fingermarks using synchrotron sourced x-ray fluorescence microscopy
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ChemElectroChem Jul 18
Recent Advances in Zinc-Containing Colloidal Semiconductor Nanocrystals for Optoelectronic and Energy Conversion Applications (Jia)
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uqpulse Jul 16
Max is presenting at about some exciting works on imaging with luminescent metal complexes.
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Max Massi Jul 12
A reunion with at for our research group at almost 10 years ago, when group members were all the people in this picture!
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Max Massi Jul 11
Nic talks about his Rh complexes work for controlled polymerisation at
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Frank T. Edelmann Jul 11
The last session of this highly rewarding meeting has started with a talk by Nicholas Tan on rhodium polymerization catalysts
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Damien Arrigan Jul 11
Well done to Ben Austen on making his final PhD presentation today
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Max Massi Jul 6
Nursha's work on the photophysical and biological investigation on phenol-functionalised Re complexes, collaboration with , now online in at
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Raffaella Demichelis Jul 5
You can read my Story from the Periodic Table here , “Hydrogen”, and vote for it if you like it!
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RACI Jul 4
Inorganic chemistry has many faces -- many of them colourful. From bioinorganic to theoretical and lanthanoid to main group chemistry, 's has something for every inorganic chemist. This meeting is not to be missed:
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Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science Jun 28
Talia and Rhiannon, PhD students Curtin University Australia 🇦🇺, have spent 6 weeks with us at . They’ve been working with two members of staff, Oluwasesan Adegoke and Joyce Klu. Here they share a little more about their experience
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ChemCentre Jun 24
TV makes look quick and easy – but actually that’s far from the case. Our recent interview with gives an insight into the realities of forensic scientific analysis at -
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Dr Nicole Rijs Jun 24
Awesome to have Mark Hackett of kicking off his Sydney jaunt here at on malfunctions using multi-modal & spectroscopic approach!🔬🧠
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ChemRxiv Jun 20
A Platinum(II) Based Correlative Probe for Bacteria by Mark Ogden (), Elizabeth New, Massimiliano Massi & co-workers
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Mark Ogden Jun 20
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Max Massi Jun 13
's work on imaging lipid vacuoles in live bacteria with luminescent iridium complexes and Raman microscopy now out in
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Andrew Rohl Jun 12
Our newest work on the simulation of is now in J. Phys. Chem. C.
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Mark Ogden Jun 5
On s̶a̶b̶b̶a̶t̶i̶c̶a̶l̶ Academic Study Program means I actually did some chemistry today with my very own hands. Been a long time coming - there was surprise and amazement in the lab!
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Anna Maria Ranieri May 30
Gave my final PhD talk today at ! It has been an amazing adventure and I'm so grateful for all the people I have met and had the pleasure to work with along the way. Special thanks , , and the for the amazing support! 😊
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Max Massi May 30
Congratulations to giving her final talk on her journey through glowing bacteria for her PhD studies at and , here with her two glowingly proud supervisors!
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