Hamish recently presented his work at the 2022 meeting of Carnegie Scholars in Edinburgh last week. His talk, titled ‘Exploring the self-assembly of biomimetic materials for antimicrobial material discovery’, was well received. Joined by fellow Strathclyde Carnegie Scholars, Hamish got to enjoy presentations from other Scholars at varying stages of their postgraduate studies.
Over the last few months members of the TuttleLab have been presenting their work at conferences in Edinburgh, Southampton and Vancouver. Alex and Hamish travelled to Vancouver for WATOC 2022, the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists triennial conference. Over the course of the week long conference both students attended lectures by renowned chemists […]
Two new PhD students and one Postdoc have joined the TuttleLab in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Hamish Swanson, is a Carnegie sponsored PhD student who will be looking at exploring peptoid self-assembly in conjunction with Dr K. H. Aaron Lau. Hamish joined the team in 2020. Ross Urquhart is a phd student who is looking […]
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 […]