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ChemComm Emerging Investigators 2018 – Call for Papers

We were delighted to publish the 2017 ChemComm Emerging Investigators issue last year and we continue to be overwhelmed by the community’s positive response. We are now excited to announce the forthcoming 2018 ChemComm Emerging Investigators issue.

This special issue, now on its eighth year, showcases high quality research being carried out by international researchers in the early stages of their independent careers. This annual issue features principal investigators whose work has the potential to influence future directions in science or result in new and exciting developments.

If you are interested in submitting to this issue please contact the ChemComm Editorial Office in the first instance and please take a look at the excellent research and Feature articles published by your peers in our previous issues in 20112012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Please note that authors must not have featured in a previous ChemComm Emerging Investigators issue. The deadline for submission to this issue is 27 March 2018.

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ChemComm Prizewinners at the 44th Symposium on Main Group Element Chemistry

The 44th Symposium on Main Group Element Chemistry took place on the 7th to 9th December at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Over 250 delegates attended the symposium which was chaired by Prof Kei Goto (TITech).

ChemComm was proud to sponsor two prizes, which were chosen out of 60 oral presentations and 108 poster presentations.

The winner of the ChemComm oral presentation was Mr Shogo Morisako (Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University) who presented on ‘Syntheses and Reactivities of New Multiple Bond Boron Compounds’.

Mr Shogo Morisako

Mr Shogo Morisako (left) being presented his award by Dr Hiromitsu Urakami (right) on behalf of Chemical Communications

The winner of the ChemComm poster presentation was Mr. Tomoyuki Kosai (Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University) who presented on ‘Activation of Dihydrogen Using Disilenes Bearing Amino and Boryl Groups’.

Tomoyuki Kosai

Mr Tomoyuki Kosai (left) being presented his award by Dr Hiromitsu Urakami (right) on behalf of Chemical Communications

Congratulations to both Mr Morisako and Mr Kosai, we wish you both the best for the future!

 

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