May 29, 2020

What a time we live in! We all miss our lab (glovebox, Schlenk lines, NMR queues...and the list goes on), people at school and our daily chats (plus Jamie's random fun fact of the day) at the office so much. Here's hoping for things to return to normal very soon!...

May 27, 2020

Our paper on in situ versus isolated zinc catalysts in the selective synthesis of homo and multi-block polyesters has just been published in Macromolecules! Yay! Well done Weronika and Leah on such an amazing work!

December 4, 2019

Welcome to our new group members Maisarah (second left), Megan (fourth right), Zoe (third right) and Haopeng (right)!

September 6, 2019

Our work on homobimetallic zinc complexes went down well at the recent appointees in polymer science (RAPS) conference, with lots of engaging discussions and good suggestions! Jenni was delighted to win the prize for the best talk!

August 30, 2019

The group had an great time at the USIC conference at the University of Glasgow seeing what's new in Inorganic Chemistry! Well done to Yali who presented an amazing poster and to Jay who won the prize for the best talk!!

August 28, 2019

Jenni was invited to number 10 Downing Street to take part in an event promoting equality in education! 

Photo credit: James Bridge from the UKNC Commission for UNESCO

August 27, 2019

Congrats to Annie on finishing 12 months of hard work and completing your MRes!!

Good luck with the PhD at Strathclyde!!

August 26, 2019

Jenni was invited to meet the local MP Ian Murray to discuss our research, along with opportunities to tackle plastic pollution.

Ian also filed an early day parliamentary motion on our research, which you can see here!

August 23, 2019

Jenni's recent paper 'Heterodinuclear zinc and magnesium catalysts for epoxide/CO2 ring opening copolymerizations' published in Chemical Science has now been included as part of a special collection!

Chemical Science welcomed Professor Serena DeBeer to the journal as an...

July 12, 2019

Glad to have Weronika and Jay back from the New Horizons in Chemistry and Materials Science Meeting at Nagoya University in Japan

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