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 […]
The Nanopeptide 2015 International Meeting was held from the 2nd to the 4th March at the University of Strathclyde, more specifically in the most recent building Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC). It was a very interesting event on Materials science, soft matter physics, biophysics and chemistry through to biomedical applications of peptide & protein biomaterials. […]
Our recent work with the Ulijn groups on the use of computational methods to reduce the search space for new tripeptide hydrogelators has been featured on the cover of nature chemistry and has been the topic of a Nature Chemistry News and Views piece by Ehud Gazit. Peptides are the building blocks of living […]