Congratulations to Mark Allison after successfully defending his thesis titled “An Experimental and Computational Investigation of Transition Metal-Free Reactions”, after examination by John Christopher Walton (St. Andrews) and David Nelson (Strathclyde) on the 28th August. Mark was a joint student between the group of John Murphy and the Tuttle Lab, applying DFT calculations to study […]
We would like to welcome our new group members to the Tuttle Lab! Travis Hesketh joins us as a PhD student fresh from completing his BSc at Strathclyde, well done! Our 4 new Final Year MChem project students this year are Cameron, Hannah, Jack and Rachael; they also take up the important task of social […]
We are currently seeking applications to join the group on a fully-funded PhD project titled ‘Self-Assembly of Biologically Inspired Functional Materials,’ for further information on the project and to submit an application visit: https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=98925 We look forward to receiving your application!
It was today announced by Head of Department Prof. Duncan Graham that Dr Tell Tuttle has been promoted to Professor by the University of Strathclyde. Congratulations from all current and past TuttleLab members Prof. Tuttle!!