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Supramolecular Chemistry National Group


The Supramolecular Chemistry group was established in 2019 to support RACI members working in this relatively young discipline area. Supramolecular chemistry has been defined by Chemistry Nobel prize winner Jean-Marie Lehn as ‘chemistry beyond the molecule’ and encompasses elements of all of the sub-disciplines of chemistry from synthesis to analysis.


 

Our purpose

 

The Supramolecular Chemistry group aims to support all members by:

  • Providing networking opportunities for all chemists working in this field
  • Disseminating key research findings in the field by hosting symposia and conferences
  • Encouraging students to work in the field of supramolecular chemistry
  • Providing a ‘home’ for supramolecular chemists who don’t always feel they belong to the established Divisions of the RACI

 

 

Regular Events 

 

Annual one-day student-focused symposium on supramolecular chemistry The group will hold national conferences approximately every 24 months

 

Prizes 

 

Coming Soon!

 

Supramolecular Committee

PositionName
Chair - Kate Jolliffe
Chair Elect - Dr Jack Clegg
Treasurer - Pall Thordarson
Secretary - Fred Pfeffer
Committee Member - Dr Kellie Tuck
Student Representative - Ms Nikki Tzioumis
ECR Representative - Dr Nicholas White

 

Become involved

 

If you would like more information on our Supramolecular Group or how to become involved please contact us

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