News in 2018
Lung cancer drug resistance explained by computer simulations
14 February 2018
Researchers from the School of Chemistry, and the University of Parma, Italy, have used molecular simulations to understand resistance to osimertinib - an anticancer drug used to treat types of lung cancer.
Caught in a spin: cation rotation is too rapid to support ferroelectric domains
12 February 2018
A recent paper, by Dr Tom Oliver's group, with collaborators at the Rutherford Appleton National Laboratory, describes the use of two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy to investigate the presence of long-lived (anti-) ferroelectric domains in hybrid lead-halide perovskite thin films.
Recent Publications from the Aggarwal Group
22 January 2018
The group of Professor Varinder Aggarwal performed a publication strike, with three papers accepted to the journal Angewandte Chemie over just a few weeks.
The early bits of life
17 January 2018
How can life originate before DNA and genes? One possibility is that there are natural processes that lead to the organisation of simple physical objects such as small microcapsules that undergo rudimentary forms of interaction, self-organisation and information processing.
Structural and Functional Studies of the Daunorubicin Priming Ketosynthase DpsC
12 January 2018
Research by led by John Crosby, Matt Crump with collaborators at University of Irvine, USA has recently been featured in a paper in Chemical Biology