Congratulations to our graduating project students from this year: Mark Grimes, Qisi Zhang, Jamie Whitelegge and James Weatherill. Mark is going to a job at Pharmaron UK, Jamie to a PhD at Cardiff and James is staying in Edinburgh for his PhD – well done to all!
Congratulations Will for an excellent demonstration of the application of Raman microscopy to the study of bioorthogonal reaction mechanisms – out in Faraday Discussions today in advance of the meeting on Mechanistic Processes in Organometallic Chemistry in September.
Sally flash prize
Rounding off a great meeting of science. Sally wins the flash talk prize at the 2019 RSC Bioorthogonal and Bioresponsive meeting today!
Applications are invited for a CRUK-funded position to develop new Raman active labels for imaging cytotoxic drugs in live cells. This position will be based in the School of Chemistry and will involve collaborating with colleagues in the Edinburgh Cancer Centre. Deadline for applications 29th March 2019.
Alison is giving a Seminar “Chemistry: an interdisciplinary science that needs (more) women” at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh as part of their International Women’s Day celebrations.
Congratulations to Sally and Will whose review on “Raman Imaging of Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery” has been accepted for publication in Nanomaterials. A really nice piece of work – well done!
Fixing a date that everyone can make for a Christmas night out is always tricky and it was the last day in November this year for the Hulme group. But we celebrated in style at Blonde restaurant and even managed to kidnap our favourite computing officer to join us. Christmas dinner 2018[/caption]