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Duncan Browne
Organic Chemist | Mechanochemistry | Flow Chemistry | Enabling Technology | Catalysis | Sustainability | DLB Research Group
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Duncan Browne Oct 15
Looking forward to having you on board and welcoming you to our chemical synthesis team at
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Duncan Browne Sep 29
Insert witty banter about it not needing to be made hollow.....
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Harry Smallman Sep 29
Looking forward to being part of today’s E-symposium and presenting some of my work in The Browne Research Group!
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Duncan Browne Sep 21
Congrats to Andy, Will and Harry on getting this one done, took some working out on the (RS)2 substrates, great job!
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Duncan Browne Jul 26
I’m just here for the amusing team names now 🤣
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Polyzos Lab Jul 6
We are offering a Postdoctoral appointment in Continuous Flow Photo- and Electrocatalysis. Three year term, located at our CSIRO labs In Melbourne, Australia. Retweets are much appreciated!
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Duncan Browne Jun 29
It was a pleasure to be involved in this project, did much of the lab work here and was a real wizard with the Tamoxifen synthesis! also with Julio Pastre in Chemistry.
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Duncan Browne May 26
Very pleased with this! Our Ball-milled Barbier reaction has been highlighted in an online undergraduate YouTube channel by Erland Stevens please check it out & share
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Duncan Browne May 22
Congrats to Christiane, Samy and Low, who’s structure-stability relationship study on diazonoum salts vs triazenes is published in thanks to Colan & Kenneth for the fun collaboration here.
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chemistrychrisa May 19
🆕⚡️IKA’s online Electrasynthesis seminar ⚡️ Click here to register ➡️ Hear from & of share their experience in
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Rovis Group Apr 24
Out of sight, but not out of our mind...photoredox catalysis now in the infrared region! Check out our collaborative work with () using spin-forbidden excitation to enable photoredox catalysis on mole-scale
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Gemma-Louise Davies Apr 21
Very excited to hear that will be joining myself, Duncan Browne, and for a PhD project in MRI guided monitoring of drug release
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Duncan Browne Apr 18
Replying to @knipelab
Excellent effort here!
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Duncan Browne Apr 17
Replying to @AvogadrosAlpaca
Careful of that Stevie character John, I’ve not heard good things!
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Duncan Browne Apr 15
Replying to @TimEasun
It might be a Moth pupa?
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Duncan Browne Apr 15
Could you help me share the following funded 3yr PDRA position please - Looking for a synthetic chemist to join our team , collaboration with Adrian Porch + Research Fellow at UCL
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Duncan Browne Mar 30
I’d be more of a fan of this if it didn’t start with ‘Turns out’!
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Matthew Todd Mar 19
Last brief group meeting before -induced lab shutdown. In person: Dmitrij and Paul. Better social distancing via Zoom: and others. Future meets all online, incl. mechanism drawings.
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lou rocard Mar 12
Good Morning Twitter! I am looking for new postdoctoral opportunities in France starting from September (keen to present CNRS next year). I'm an organic chemist with expertise in pi-conjugated systems, peptide and supramolecular chemistry. Can you help me?
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Kreso Bucar Mar 11
Would you like to pursue a PhD degree in pharmaceutical solid-state chemistry at and ? Talk to me, or about the fully funded position. More info can be found here:
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