Congratulations to the poster prize winners at 4th International Symposium on Precisely Designed Catalysts with Customized Scaffolding!

Daltons Transactions was pleased to sponsor the 4th International Symposium on Precisely Designed Catalysts with Customized Scaffolding with 3 poster prizes. The symposium took place 3rd – 5th December at  Kinsho Hall at the Todaiji Culture Centre in Nara, Japan. Chaired by Professor Kazushi Mashima (Osaka University), there were speakers from the USA, Switzerland, China, the Netherlands, Germany, France and Singapore as well as Japan.

The conference was a success and our prizes were awarded to:

Kai Yonemura, Nagoya University for the poster entitled:
Regulation of the Reaction Site of Cytochrome P450BM3 with Peptide Derivatives

Yuki Anai, Kyushu University for the poster entitled:
Development of Visible Light Responsive Vitamin B12 Photocatalytic System for Green Molecular Transformation

Miho Yuasa, Osaka Prefecture University for the poster entitled:
Development of Artificial Metalloenzyme for Stereoselective Michael Addition Reaction

Congratulations!

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Congratulations to the Dalton Transactions Prize winners at ACCC7!

The 7th Asian Conference on Coordination Chemistry took place at the Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia between 15 – 18 October. The first six ACCC conferences were successfully held in Okazaki (Japan, 2007), Nanjing (China, 2009), New Delhi (India, 2011), Jeju (Korea, 2013), Hong Kong (2015) and Melbourne (Australia, 2017). ACCC7 gathered inorganic and coordination chemists from all over the world to present their recent research findings and to exchange ideas on the frontier research topics in inorganic and coordination chemistry. The conference also served to showcase the fast development of coordination chemistry in the Asia/Pacific region.

Themed sessions we held on a range of topics including; biomedical materials, coordination chemistry, functional inorganic materials, lanthanides and actinides, supramolecular, organometallic and more. The conference was attended by delegates from at least 27 countries around the world, including Japan, China, Australia, South Africa, Chile, Saudi Arabia, India and Canada as well as many countries in Europe. You can find out more about ACCC7, including information regarding the Plenary & Invited speakers, on their website.

The 4 day conference was a huge success and Dalton Transactions is pleased to have sponsored 6 prizes. We sponsored 3 Early Career Researcher Presentation awards and 3 Young Coordination Chemist Poster Prizes and each winner received a certificate with a £100 RSC book voucher, a 1 year digital subscription to Dalton Transactions and personal invitation to submit to the journal.

Dalton Transactions Early Career Researcher Presentation Awards

Hiroki Takezawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Nurul Filzah Bt Ghazali, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia
Tomoki Yoneda, Hokkaido University, Japan

Congratulations to all the winners from Dalton Transactions!

Nurul Filzah Ghazali, Dalton Transactions ACCC7 Winner

Nurul Filzah Ghazali, Dalton Transactions Early Career Research Presentation ACCC7 Winner

Hiroki Takezawa, Dalton Transactions Early Career Research Presentation ACCC7 Winner

Hiroki Takezawa, Dalton Transactions Early Career Research Presentation ACCC7 Winner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Breaking bonds over many timescales: in celebration of Robin Perutz’s 70th birthday

Breaking bonds over many timescales: in celebration of Robin Perutz's 70th birthday

Guest-edited by Simon B. Duckett, M. Carmen Nicasio and Michael K. Whittlesey, we reccently published a special collection of Dalton Transactions to mark the 70th birthday of mentor, friend and colleague, Professor Robin Perutz FRS. The collection features areas of organometallic and coordination chemistry where Robin has contributed over the last 40+ years. Themed around the breaking of bonds, it includes both thermal and photochemical bond breakage and activation in stoichiometric and catalytic reactions. Spectroscopic characterisation of reaction intermediates features alongside experimental and computational studies of reactivity.

 

Browse the collection

 

Check out a selection of the articles below:

The experimental determination of Th(iv)/Th(iii) redox potentials in organometallic thorium complexes
Christopher J. Inman and F. Geoffrey N. Cloke
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 10782-10784
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01553A, Communication

Structural isomerism in the [(Ni@Sn9)In(Ni@Sn9)]5− Zintl ion
Chao Zhang, Harry W. T. Morgan, Zi-Chuan Wang, Chao Liu, Zhong-Ming Sun and John E. McGrady
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15888-15895
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03008E, Paper

Reversible photo-isomerization of cis-[Pd(L-κS,O)2] (HL = N,N-diethyl-N′-1-naphthoylthiourea) to trans-[Pd(L-κS,O)2] and the unprecedented formation of trans-[Pd(L-κS,N)2] in solution
Henry A. Nkabyo, Barbara Procacci, Simon B. Duckett and Klaus R. Koch
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 17241-17251
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03672E, Paper

Iridium complexes featuring a tridentate SiPSi ligand: from dimeric to monomeric 14, 16 or 18-electron species
Cynthia A. Cuevas-Chávez, Laure Vendier, Sylviane Sabo-Etienne and Virginia Montiel-Palma
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 14010-14018
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03136G, Paper

Transforming PPh3 into bidentate phosphine ligands at Ru–Zn heterobimetallic complexes
Niall O’Leary, Fedor M. Miloserdov, Mary F. Mahon and Michael K. Whittlesey
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 14000-14009
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03106E, Paper

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The 19th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry (ISOS XIX), Toulouse, July 2020

ISOS XIX Royal Society of Chemistry

 

Dalton Transactions is pleased to be sponsoring The 19th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry (ISOS XIX) in Toulouse, 05 – 10 July 2020 along with RSC Advances, ChemComm and Chemical Science.

It will be held at the University Paul Sabatier and aims to bring together outstanding scientists from both academia and industry to explore the frontiers of Silicon Chemistry from basic and fundamental science to the development of new synthetic tools and of silicon-based materials and technologies. The scientific programme will reflect the latest achievements in synthesis (organic and organometallic), bio-organo silicon chemistry, catalysis, and material sciences (including bio-composites, silica, silsesquioxanes, silicones, silicon polymers etc..).

 

You can find out more on the website.

Important Dates

Don’t forget to submit your absracts and register before the deadlines:

Abstract Submission Deadline:  04 February 2020
Abstract Acceptance:  03 April 2020
Early Bird Registration Deadline:  15 April 2020

 

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Welcome to our new Associate Editor: Mi Hee Lim

We would like to offer a very warm welcome to our new Dalton Transactions Associate Editor Professor Mi Hee Lim!

Mi Hee Lim, Dalton Transactions Royal Society of Chemistry

Mi Hee Lim received her BS in Chemistry from Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea, in 1999 and her MSc in 2001 under the direction of Professor Wonwoo Nam. In 2002, she moved to MIT where she obtained her PhD under the supervision of Professor Stephen J. Lippard. She then pursued her postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Professor Jacqueline K. Barton at Caltech. In 2008, she began her independent career as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Research Assistant Professor in the Life Sciences Institute at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA and in 2013, Mi Hee moved to the Ulsan National University of Science and Technology (UNIST), Ulsan, Korea, as an Associate Professor with tenure. In 2018, Mi Hee joined the Department of Chemistry at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, Korea.

Her research interests lie in bioinorganic chemistry, especially focusing on identifying how metal-involved biological networks are linked to dementia, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and establishing new directions for developing chemical reagents as tools, diagnostics, and therapeutics for such diseases. Mi Hee is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and has received numerous awards including the Society of Biological Inorganic Chemistry (SBIC) Early Career Award (2018), the Award for “30 Young Scientists of Korea” to Lead Basic Science Research for the Next 30 Years (2016), the Korean Chemical Society (KCS)-Wiley Young Scientist Award (2015), NSF CAREER Award (2013), the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship (2012). Mi Hee is on the Editorial Advisory board for Chemical Science, Chemical Communications, Chem, and Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry and is an Associate Editor for Dalton Transactions.

 

 

Mi Hee recently guest edited our collection on ‘The central role of the d-block metals in the periodic table’ with Catherine E. Housecroft and Christine M. Thomas.

Check out the full collection here

 

Read a selection of Mi Hee’s latest work published by the Royal Society of Chemistry:

Tunable regulatory activities of 1,10-phenanthroline derivatives towards acid sphingomyelinase and Zn(ii)–amyloid-β
Yelim Yi, Jiyeon Han, Min Hee Park, Nahye Park, Eunju Nam, Hee Kyung Jin, Jae-sung Bae and Mi Hee Lim
Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 5847-5850
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC01005J, Communication

A dual-response sensor based on NBD for the highly selective determination of sulfide in living cells and zebrafish
Ji Hye Kang, Minuk Yang, Dongju Yun, Mingeun Kim, Hyojin Lee, Ki-Tae Kim, Mi Hee Lim and Cheal Kim
New J. Chem., 2019, 43, 4029-4035
DOI: 10.1039/C8NJ06352D, Paper

Stereochemistry of metal tetramethylcyclam complexes directed by an unexpected anion effect
Jeffrey S. Derrick, Yujeong Kim, Hyeonwoo Tak, Kiyoung Park, Jaeheung Cho, Sun Hee Kim and Mi Hee Lim
Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 13166-13170
DOI: 10.1039/C7DT01489A, Communication

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Congratulations to the Poster Prize Winners at the Brazilian Catalysis Meeting!

Dalton Transactions would like to congratulate the poster prize winners at this year’s Brazilian Catalysis Meeting which took place 1 – 5 September in São Paulo, Brazil.

Dalton Transactions Advisory Board member and Associate Editor for NJC Jairton Dupont, RSC Advances Editorial Board Member Heloise Oliveira Pastore & Editor in Chief of Catalysis Science & Technology Javier Perez-Ramirez were all in attendance.

Dalton Transactions, NJC, RSC Advances, Chemical Communications, Catalysis Science & Technology and PCCP were delighted to offer 4 poster prizes. Heloise and Javier presented the poster prizes to the winners and each receiving a Royal Society of Chemistry Certificate & Book Voucher.

DT+NJC poster prize winner Wesley F. Monteiro (PUC-RS) receiving his Dalton Transactions & NJC poster prize from Professor Javier Perez-Ramirez
RA poster prize winner Thatiane Verissimo Dos Santos (UFAL-AL) receiving her RSC Advances poster prize from Professor Heloise Oliveira Pastore
CY+CP poster prize winner Leticia Rasteiro (IQSC/USP-SC) receiving her Catalysis Science & Technology & Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics poster prize from Professor Javier Perez-Ramirez
CC poster prize winner Christian Carlos De Sousa (UFF-RJ) receiving his Chemical Communications poster prize from Professor Javier Perez-Ramirez

Congratulations to all the winners!

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Modern Coordination Chemistry

This week’s issue is themed, focusing on Modern Coordination Chemistry to celebrate Professor Annie K Powell’s 60th birthday.

This issue of over 40 reports highlights emerging trends in modern coordination chemistry and serves to reflect the many diverse areas where Annie’s work has impacted upon the field of inorganic chemistry, including molecular magnetism, theoretical modelling, structure, spectroscopy, bioinorganic and supramolecular chemistry. To find out more about Annie, and the collection as a whole, read the Editorial from the guest editors of this issue: George E. Kostakis and 

 

Modern Coordination Chemistry, Dalton Transactions Guest Editors George E. Kostakis, Sally Brooker

 

Read the full issue here

 

Browse selected articles:

Metal-supported and -assisted stereoselective cooperative photoredox catalysis
Jasmin Busch, Daniel M. Knoll, Christoph Zippel, Stefan Bräse and Claudia Bizzarri
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15338-15357
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02094B, Perspective

Recent developments in single-molecule toroics
Xiao-Lei Lia and Jinkui Tang
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15358-15370
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02113B, Perspective

Magnetic anisotropy in trigonal planar Fe(ii) bis(trimethylsilyl)amido complexes of the type [Fe{N(SiMe3)2}2L]—experiment and theory
Tilmann Bodenstein and Andreas Eichhöfer
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15699-15712
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01702J, Paper

Highly soluble fluorine containing Cu(i) AlkylPyrPhos TADF complexes
Jasmin M. Busch, Daniel M. Zink, Patrick Di Martino-Fumo, Florian R. Rehak, Pit Boden, Sophie Steiger, Olaf Fuhr, Martin Nieger, Wim Klopper, Markus Gerhards and Stefan Bräse
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15687-15698
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02447F, Paper

Correlating magnetic anisotropy with [Mo(CN)7]4− geometry of MnII–MoIII magnetic frameworks
Michał Magott, Kim R. Dunbar and Dawid Pinkowicz
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15493-15500
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02164G, Paper

High relaxation barrier in neodymium furoate-based field-induced SMMs
E. Bartolomé, A. Arauzo, J. Luzón, S. Melnic, S. Shova, D. Prodius, I. C. Nlebedim, F. Bartolomé and J. Bartolomé
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15386-15396
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02047K, Paper

Phosphine-functionalised tris(pyrazolyl)methane ligands and their mono- and heterobimetallic complexes
Hanna E. Wagner, Silvia Hohnstein, Max G. Schußmann, Lukas A. Steppe and Frank Breher
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15397-15407
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02057H, Paper

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Introducing our new Associate Editor: Professor Takashi Uemura

We are delighted to welcome Professor Takashi Uemura to the Dalton Transactions Editorial Board. Takashi joins us as an Associate Editor today!

Takashi Uemura, Dalton Transactions Associate Editor, Royal Society of Chemistry

 

Takashi Uemura obtained his PhD at the Department of Polymer Chemistry, Kyoto University in 2002. He began his academic career as an Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry in Kyoto University. In 2018, he moved to the University of Tokyo where he now holds the position of Professor. He was also a researcher of PRESTO program (2006–2010) and has been a research director for a CREST program (2013-2020) of the Japan Science and Technology Agency. He has received a number of awards, including the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ) Award for Young Chemists, the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Kao Research Initiative Award, and JSPS Prize.

His research interest focuses on the preparation of synergistic nanohybrids between porous coordination compounds and polymeric materials, in particular, polymer chemistry in confined nanospaces.

 

 

 

Read a selection of Takashi’s work published by the Royal Society of Chemistry:

Fluorinated porous molecular crystals: vapor-triggered on–off switching of luminescence and porosity
Hiroshi Sasaki, Hiroaki Imoto, Takashi Kitao, Takashi Uemura, Takashi Yumura and Kensuke Naka
Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 6487-6490
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC02309G, Communication

Impact of the position of the imine linker on the optoelectronic performance of π-conjugated organic frameworks
Samrat Ghosh, Yusuke Tsutsui, Katsuaki Suzuki, Hironori Kaji, Kayako Honjo, Takashi Uemura and Shu Seki
Mol. Syst. Des. Eng., 2019, 4, 325-331
DOI: 10.1039/C8ME00079D, Paper

Controlled polymerizations using metal–organic frameworks
Shuto Mochizuki, Takashi Kitao and Takashi Uemura
Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 11843-11856
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC06415F, Feature Article

Hybridization of MOFs and polymers
Takashi Kitao, Yuanyuan Zhang, Susumu Kitagawa, Bo Wang and Takashi Uemura
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2017, 46, 3108-3133
DOI: 10.1039/C7CS00041C, Review Article

Inclusion and dielectric properties of a vinylidene fluoride oligomer in coordination nanochannels
Nobuhiro Yanai, Takashi Uemura, Wataru Kosaka, Ryotaro Matsuda, Tetsuhiro Kodani, Meiten Koh, Takashi Kanemura and Susumu Kitagawa
Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 4195-4198
DOI: 10.1039/C2DT11891B, Paper
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Nitrogen Ligands web collection

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Dalton Transactions published a web collection this week guest-edited by Armando Pombeiro which focusses on the various roles of nitrogen ligands in modern chemistry and pays tribute to the 150th anniversary of the development of the periodic table. This collection of over 40 reports, demonstrates the versatility of nitrogen ligands and their complexes across a range of chemical specialisms. As evidenced by the number and diversity of the contributions to this collection, nitrogen ligand chemistry continues to gather great interest and there is vast and exciting scope for the future use of nitrogen ligands across a wide diversity of fields.

 

Visit the full collection

 

Browse a selection of articles below:

Chelate rings of different sizes with non-innocent ligands
Wolfgang Kaim
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 8521-8529
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01411J, Perspective

Effect of substituents on molybdenum triiodide complexes bearing PNP-type pincer ligands toward catalytic nitrogen fixation
Takayuki Itabashi, Ikki Mori, Kazuya Arashiba, Aya Eizawa, Kazunari Nakajima and Yoshiaki Nishibayashi
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 3182-3186
DOI: 10.1039/C8DT04975K, Communication

Structural and magnetic characterization of Ni(II), Co(II), and Fe(II) binuclear complexes on a bis(pyridyl-triazolyl)alkane basis
Alexey Gusev, Ivan Nemec, Radovan Herchel, Irina Riush, Ján Titiš, Roman Boča, Konstantin Lyssenko, Mikhail Kiskin, Igor Eremenkoef and Wolfgang Linert
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 10526-10536
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01391A, Paper

Novel latonduine derived proligands and their copper(II) complexes show cytotoxicity in the nanomolar range in human colon adenocarcinoma cells and in vitro cancer selectivity
Felix Bacher, Christopher Wittmann, Márta Nové, Gabriella Spengler, Małgorzata A. Marć, Eva A. Enyedy, Denisa Darvasiová, Peter Rapta, Thomas Reiner and Vladimir B. Arion
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 10464-10478
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01238A, Paper

 

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Congratulations to the ICBIC-19 Poster Prize Winners!

The 19th International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry (ICBIC-19) took place in Interlaken, Switzerland on 11-16 August, 2019. This interdisciplinary event is known to attract scientists from all over the world – established group leaders as well as young researchers, students and emeriti members. The scientific program included several parallel sessions as well as different categories of presentations, which allowed a large number of the attendees to present their recent work and discuss the latest developments in all fields at the interface between Inorganic Chemistry and the Life Sciences.

Plenary lecturers included Paul David Becker (BSP), Peng Chen (Peking University), Debbie Crans (Colorado State University), Luisa de Cola (University of Strasbourg), Abhishek Dey (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science), Katherine Franz (Duke University), Bernhard Keppler (University of Vienna), Mi Hee Lim (KAIST), Alejandro Vila (National University of Rosario) and Paul Walton (University of York).

For more information regarding the programme, award winners, organizing committee and sponsors can be found on the ICBIC-19 website.

This year there were 9 poster prizes up for grabs with each winner receiving a book published by the RSC.

 

Congratulations go to:

 

Sophie Bennett, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
“Investigating the Iron Sulfur Cluster (Isc) Assembly System Using Non-Denaturing Electrospray Ionisation Mass Spectrometry”

George Biggs, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
“Ligand Rearrangement in Ru(II) Arene Complexes Coordinating to Simple Proteins”

Niko Jonasson, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
“A Functional Iron(IV)-oxo Model Complex Showing Activity Reminiscent of TET Enzymes”

Di Hu, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
“Integrative Transcriptome and Proteome Analysis Identifies Anti-Tumor Gold(III) Porphyrins as Aminopeptidase Inhibitor”

Goutam Mukherjee, Heidelberg University, Germany
“How Does CYP Sequence Affect CYP:CPR Complexation in a Phospholipid Bilayer and the Transfer of Electrons?”

Jiyeon Han, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea
“Modifications of Metal-Bound Amyloidogenic Peptides by a Chemical Modulator”

Elizabeth Hunsaker, Duke University, United States of America
“Fungal Pathogen Candida Albicans Reprioritizes Metal Handling During Fluconazole Stress”

Rachael Fay, University of Zurich, Switzerland
“Photochemical Conjugation of HBED-CC-ArN3 to MetMAb for PET Imaging of c-MET Receptor Expression”

Lukas Stratmann, TU Dortmund, Germany
“Paramagnetic Metal-Tetrads in Higher-order DNA G-Quadruplex Structures as EPR-Active Probes for Distance Measurements and Structure Elucidation”

 

ICBIC-19 Poster Prize winners

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