Well Done Mark!

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 […]

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Welcome to our new group members!

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 […]

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We have a PhD Opportunity!

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!

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