Chem Soc Rev Oral Presentation Prize for the 2nd Early Career Researchers Meeting of the RSC–Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Group

Dr Guillaume De Bo (left) presenting the Chem Soc Rev prize to Aisha Bismillah (right).

The 2nd Early Career Researchers Meeting of the RSC-Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry (RSC-MASC) Group took place on 27th July 2018 at the University of Manchester, UK. This one-day symposium was organised by Dr. Guillaume De Bo (University of Manchester) and was attended by PhD students and post-doctoral researchers within the supramolecular field.

The meeting consisted of fifteen selected talks from submitted abstracts, and all attendees were invited to present a poster. The day ended with a plenary lecture by Professor Anthony Davis (University of Bristol) on ‘Biomimetic Carbohydrate Recognition:  The Host-Guest Chemistry of Carbohydrates in Water’.

Chem Soc Rev was proud to sponsor this successful symposium. Aisha Bismillah (Durham University) was awarded the Chem Soc Rev oral presentation prize for her talk on ‘Shape-Selective Crystallisation of Fluxional Carbon Cages’.

 

Congratulations Aisha from everyone at Chem Soc Rev!

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