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Andrew Weller
Prof. A. Weller, Dept. Chem., Uni. Oxford | Organometallic Synthesis for Catalysis | Obsessive Cyclist | Views own | Group moving to Jan 2020
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Luke Wilkinson Nov 20
Please RT: The Wilkinson Group have a FULLY FUNDED MSc by Research project with £10,000 stipend up for grabs starting October 2020! If you like Inorganic Chemistry and pretty and want to know more then drop me a message or check out:
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Andrew Weller Nov 20
Highly fluorinated arenes coordinated with to a metal. worked out a neat synthetic route to isolate and characterise complexes with such weakly bound ligands. Read his latest paper in
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Andrew Weller Nov 20
Just putting it out there. Elvis Country (I’m 10,000 years old) is the finest Elvis album. You can disagree with me. But you would be wrong.
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Mike Ingleson Nov 19
Fully funded PhD. position available in the group starting Sept. 2020. For details see:
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Andrew Weller Nov 15
Replying to @j_a_byers @ChemRxiv
Those editors with ACS, RSC or similar journals? Refeering process an essential part of improving a paper before it is let loose on the world. I may be wrong, but I understand that ChemArix does not support comments from the community? Happy to be corrected.
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Andrew Weller Nov 14
Replying to @j_a_byers @ChemRxiv
Personally not a fan. Time from submission to decision normally excellent for learned society journals (apex predatory ones less so...), so no real need to get work out fast. Refereeing process sooooo important for the final published version. Why dilute that? Just my opinion.
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Lucie Norel Nov 14
I am looking to hire a post-doc to work on photoswitching of lanthanide based SMM. Cool synthetic work as well as XRD characterization of photoswitching in Single Crystals. One condition : to have worked outside of France in the last 3 years. Get in touch with me to know more/RT
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Webster Santos Nov 9
Boron meeting at Virginia Tech dealing with synthesis, catalysis, medicine and energy. BORAM XVII: JUNE 8-12, 2020. Retweet!
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Andrew Weller Nov 10
Replying to @Jones_Research
Always good, but "buyer-beware" for the next morning!
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Andrew Weller Nov 9
Voted best curry house for 12 years running by the group. @ Clifton, Bristol, United Kingdom
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Andrew Weller Nov 5
cough, and a small splutter.
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Sebastian Pike Nov 5
Excited by Inorganic chemistry? Fully funded PhD position available . Come join us to make new photoactive metal-oxo cluster molecules for photocatalysis and solar fuel production.
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Chemistry at York Oct 30
Find out more about postgraduate study with us:
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Sebastian Pike Oct 29
Group website has moved to find us at . PhD funding opportunity soon on the way...
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Mark Chadwick Oct 29
We're looking to support a PhD candidate, for this scholarship opportunity with ! Ideal for someone interested in organometallic catalysis/green chemistry with an interest in wider policy engagement! UK/EU settled only.
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Andrew Weller Oct 26
Replying to @chaplinlab
It’s a de-BArCl. Although to be fair I am so happy I may BArF.
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Andrew Weller Oct 24
PhD studentship available in my group for Oct. 2020 start. Solid-state molecular Organometallic Chemistry of Group 7 Carbonyls: Taming Reactive Complexes in an Anionic Cage.
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Andrew Weller Oct 24
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Andrew Weller Oct 24
Macgreller 2019. Great science and good company on our joint research retreat with in Yorkshire.
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Alex Miller Oct 20
Interested in organometallic catalysis? High-throughput experimentation? Collaborating with industry? The Miller group is looking for a postdoc!
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