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Open-source automation paper featured on journal front cover
Posted on 31 May 2017
A homemade automated flow chemistry system developed by the O’Brien group is featured on the front cover of the journal Tetrahedron Letters.
Stereoselective Synthesis of Tetrahydrofuran Natural Products
Posted on 03 April 2017
Talk at Keele on research into the stereoselective synthesis of tetrahydrofuran natural products.
Continuous flow iodination using an automated computer-vision controlled liquid-liquid extraction system
Posted on 24 February 2017
Research by Keele chemists Matt O'Brien, Dennis Cooper and Jonathan Dolan was recently featured on the front cover of the journal Tetrahedron Letters (Tetrahedron Lett., 2017, 58/9, p 829-834)
EPSRC project to investigate bacterial biosynthesis
Posted on 18 July 2016
Dr Gavin Miller has been awarded a two-year EPSRC Research Grant.
Keele hosts national final of schools' chemistry competition
Posted on 01 July 2016
The event included social activities for both students and teachers.
Crime solving at the Salters' Festival at Keele
Posted on 20 May 2016
One hundred students from 17 schools in Cheshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire enjoyed an exciting day of science last week at the Salters' Festival of Chemistry held on campus.
Paper, on continuous flow chemical synthesis, published in a special issue of the Synlett journal
Posted on 16 February 2016
Dr Matt O'Brien and Dennis Cooper have recently had a paper, on continuous flow chemical synthesis, published in a special issue of the Synlett journal (2016, 27, 164-168).
Opening of the Morgan Laboratory
Posted on 11 December 2015
An afternoon celebrating the science of Professor David Morgan last week culminated in the opening of the Morgan Laboratory.
KTP project to develop new inorganic materials
Posted on 13 November 2015
Keele University and Keeling & Walker Ltd, a Stoke-based world leader in tin oxide materials, have been awarded a two year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project.
Vladimir Zholobenko is visiting professor at world-leading research centre
Posted on 30 October 2015
Dr Vladimir Zholobenko spent three months as a visiting professor at the Laboratory for Catalysis and Spectrochemistry (CNRS, ENSICaen, France).