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New PhD and Undergrads join the Lab

Three new PhD students have joined the TuttleLab in 2019. Alex van Teijlingen who will be looking at using AI to help reduce the molecular search space of larger peptide sequences; Robert Cordina who is looking at using molecular simulations to understand chocolate; and Krystian Kolodziejczak who is working to continue the successful collaboration with […]

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Allan Defends his PhD

Congratulations to Allan who successfully defended his PhD work and passed his viva with flying colours. His external examiner (Stuart Macgregor) and internal examiner (Marc Reid) both commented on the excellent contribution that Allan had made to the literature in understanding reaction mechanisms and applying density functional theory to challenging organic reactions. Allan’s thesis “Searching […]

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Daniela’s Successful PhD Defence.

Congratulations to Daniela who successfully defended her PhD thesis on 17th July at the ASRC in New York. Daniela is the first student on the joint CUNY/Strathclyde graduate program to complete her PhD. Daniela’s thesis “Minimalistic peptide-based supramolecular systems relevant to the chemical origins of life” was well-received by the examining committee who complimented her […]

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Daniela’s paper featured on front cover!

Daniela Kroiss’s paper on the discovery of dynamic ATP-peptide complexes has been featured on the inaugural issue of the journal ChemSystemsChem. ChemSystemsChem¬†is an interdisciplinary journal publishing high-impact peer-reviewed research in out-of-equilibrium self-assembly, chemical networks and chemical ensembles with emergent properties, such as movement, communication and collective behaviour, working together in minimal metabolisms, artificial cells and […]

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