In an intense six week period leading up to Christmas, 2015, Ivan wrote, revised and completed his PhD thesis. This work was the culmination of just under 3 years of study within the field of experimental and computational approaches to understanding the nanostructure of Fmoc-based dipeptide systems. Ivan’s work considered the fundamental questions of whether gels […]
Congratulations are due to Marc Reid who had a very busy and successful summer. Since the start of the year, Marc has been working as a postdoc in the group of Prof. Guy Lloyd-Jones (Edinburgh). However, during July he found the time to sit his PhD viva (passed with flying colours), get married (she said […]
Congratulations to Greg Anderson who was awarded the Hamilton-Barrett Prize from the Department of Chemistry for his first year PhD work on the mechanisms of initiating the HAS cycle with super electron donors. Greg’s work was published in our 2014 Chem. Sci. paper (Paper 55).
The ScotCHEM Computational Chemistry conference was hosted within the University of Strathclyde by the TuttleLab in June this year. It was well sponsored by the NSCCS, RSC and University of Strathclyde. Members of the TuttleLab played a big role in organising the conference and ensuring the day ran smoothly, with special thanks going to Katie Emery for […]