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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Aug 19
A belt-shaped [8]cycloparaphenylene (CPP) and an enantioenriched Möbius-shaped [10]CPP have been synthesized by high-yielding rhodium-catalyzed intramolecular cyclotrimerizations.
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Organic Process Research & Development May 13
: The Evolution of High-Throughput Experimentation in Pharmaceutical Development, and Perspectives on the Future; includes case studies from Pfizer, GSK, Lilly, Merck, BMS......read it here:
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EasleyLab Jul 1
Our recent work in electrochemical biosensing was in . Here, we have taken steps to make more generalizable DNA-based e-chem sensors. Congrats to Mani for his great work on this project!
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Dr Andrew Frierdich Jul 22
Happy to see our work on mineral recrystallisation and nickel cycling in
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Cristina Legido-Quigley Aug 7
Our work looking at neurotransmitters in the brains from donors diagnosed as - healthy, mild cognition impairment or Alzheimer's Dementia - showed that dopamine decreased with cognition. We looked at 45🧠 & now need to do more to understand this finding
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London Lab May 7
Check out our new paper in . We screened 1,000 electrophile fragments vs. 10 proteins. A new reactivity eval method, and high-throughput xtallography (w/ ) rapidly led to new and selective probes.
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Bekka Klausen Mar 29
Our Perspective on polysilanes past, present and future is in ⁦⁩! Submitted shortly before my son’s birth, I’m especially happy to see this maternity leave paper in press. 👩‍🔬🤱
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Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies @ CMU Feb 5
Spatially-dense sensor networks may not resolve all spatial air pollutant patterns, but mobile monitoring can help + AtmosEnvironX. By , , , , @QingYe14971619 Link-->
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Jeff Ting Mar 6
Beautiful insight into ultrathin micelles foam films by in 🛁🧼🔬 👉🏻 []
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Andrew J. Lee Jun 14
Roll up, roll up.... Get all your DNA-based biophyisical tools in one place!! Check out my new review article on the use of DNA materials for studying biological systems.
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Felix Freire May 8
Our collaborative work with Prof. Maeda (Kanazawa Univ.) is here. Check in , we show how it is possible to switch the elution order of racemates by using dynamic chiral stationary phases , @UniveridadeUSC,
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Jim Devery Jul 5
Our recent work on carbonyl-olefin metathesis was in . Here, we show that catalyst structure can change over the course of the reaction, its impact, and how to address it. Congrats to Carly, Mary, and Janiel for their great work!
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Joey Cotruvo Feb 7
Check out our paper on a protein-based fluorescent sensor for ! We think it may be broadly useful for rare earth detection, it reveals some cool new lanthanide biology, and it helps add more proteins to the !
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Clever Lab Jul 11
Congratulations, Sebastian, to this great achievement. Your MOF glasses are certainly hot, even at lower temperatures!
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Rishabh Shah Aug 9
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ERC LEAPS May 27
The first example of chiral anion recognition with a three-stations molecular shuttle that can be reversibly switched between achiral and mechanically planar chiral states. .
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David Kwan Mar 4
I am thrilled that the Kwan lab's first independent research paper was in ACS ! Congratulations to everyone involved! 🎉🍻👍
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Reko Leino Dec 26
Congratulations Robert for your first paper Acetyl group migration across the saccharide units in oligomannoside model compound in ! A way to start the PhD thesis! Read all about it:
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Nadine Borduas-Dedekind Mar 26
Great news: a team effort between , myself and two of our students has come to completion! The first review on Isocyanic acid (HNCO) and its fate in the atmosphere in
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Svetlana Tsogoeva Jul 19
Nice to see our paper in collaboration with Lutz Ackermann & Jigang Wang already highlighted by ! Congrats to Aysun, Melanie & Hui ! Deadly parasites succumb to a drug mash-up
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