Galan group publish in Chemistry: A European Journal6 April 2017Well done to Chemical synthesis CDT student Steven Street, Monica Berry (Physics), Novartis collaborators Donovan Chin and Greg Hollingworth and supervisors Juan Carlos Morales (Granada) and M. Carmen Galan on their recent publication in Chemistry: A European Journal.
Breakthrough research published in Nature Chemistry 8 March 2017Congratulations to Professor Jonathan Clayden, with former PhD student Francis Lister and postdoc Dr Bryden Le Bailly (both of whom were Bristol undergraduates), plus collaborators in Manchester, who have found a way to mimic the way cells in living organisms ‘talk’ to the world around them by creating a world-first synthetic receptor which can respond to chemical signals just like its natural equivalent.
Galan group publish in The Journal of Organic Chemistry27 February 2017Congratulations to Dr Abhijit Sau, PhD student Ryan Williams, Dr Carlos Palo-Nieto and Dr Carmen Galan who have published a paper on "Cooperative Brønsted Acid-Type Organocatalysis for the Stereoselective Synthesis of Deoxyglycosides in The Journal of Organic Chemistry"
Galan group catalysis team publish in Angewandte Chemie27 February 2017Congratulations to Carmen Galan, Postdoctoral Research Associates Abhijit Sau and Sandra Medina, Research Fellow Carlos Palo-Nieto and PhD student Ryan Williams for their paper published in Angewandte Chemie
Manners group publish in Nature Chemistry24 February 2017Congratulations to Professor Ian Manners, PhD student Charlotte Boott (Synthesis CDT), Research Associate Dr Jess Gwyther, Rob Harniman (Electron Microscopy Unit) and PhD student Dominic Hayward (BCFN) who have published a paper in Nature Chemistry
Bristol chemists publish 'Very Important' paper in Angewandte Chemie24 February 2017Congratulations to Chris Willis, Tom Simpson, Matt Crump, former colleague Russell Cox, Postdoctoral Research Associates Shu-Shan Gao (former), Luoyi Wang and Zhongshu Song, Paul Race (Biochemistry) and collaborators at the University of Birmingham for their recent paper published in Angewandte Chemie
Bristol chemists publish in Chemical Science 22 February 2017Congratulations to Prof Jonathan Clayden, Dr Craig Butts, PhD student Michael Tomsett, former Postdoctoral Research Associate Bryden Le Bailly together with collaborators in Manchester and in Milan for their paper entitled ‘A Tendril Perversion in a Helical Oligomer: Trapping and Characterizing a Mobile Screw-Sense Reversal’
New insight into enzyme evolution10 February 2017Congratulations to Professor Adrian Mulholland, Dr Marc Van de Camp who along with colleagues from the University of Waikato who have published a paper in Biochemistry
Professor Odile Eisenstein gives 2017 Gordon Stone Lecture 7 February 2017This year’s Gordon Stone lecturer, Professor Odile Eisenstein from the University of Montpelier, gave a lecture entitled "From Reactivity to NMR Physical Properties: The Example of d0 Olefin Metathesis" and held a Q&A session on Wednesday 18th January 2017
Manners group publish Nature Materials 1 February 2017Congratulations to Xiaoming He, former postdoc Ming-Siao Hsiao, PhD student Charlotte Boott (Synthesis CDT) and postdocs Ali Nazemi and Xiaoyu Li together with collaborators Rob Harniman (Electron Microscopy Unit, SoC) and Mitch Winnik (Toronto) for their recent paper published in Nature Materials
Bristol chemists publish in Angewandte Chemie1 February 2017Congratulations to Postdoctoral Research Associates Yahui Wang and Adam Noble and PhD student Christopher Sandford working with Varinder Aggarwal for their recent paper in Angewandte Chemie
Bristol chemists publish in Nature Geoscience1 February 2017Congratulations to Prof Rich Pancost, Research Fellow Dr David Naafs and collaborators at the Universities of Oxford, Exeter, Durham and also at Shell and the British Geological Survey for their recent paper in Nature Geoscience
Predatory behaviour in synthetic protocell communities
25 January 2017Congratulations to Dr Yan Qiao, Dr Mei Li, PhD student Richard Booth and Professor Stephen Mann for their paper "Predatory behaviour in synthetic protocell communities" which has been published in Nature Chemistry
New research describes how bacteria resists ‘last-resort’ antibiotic13 January 2017An international research team, led by the University of Bristol, has provided the first clues to understand how the mcr-1 gene protects bacteria from colistin – a ‘last resort’ antibiotic used to treat life-threatening bacterial infections that do not respond to other treatment options.