Register now for the Dalton Transactions New Talent: Asia-Pacific desktop seminar

Among the immense disruption faced by the scientific community in 2020, one significant loss has been the cancellation or postponement of conferences, symposia, and other scientific meetings. Emerging investigators have been particularly effected by this, having lost the chance to present their research at a key stage in their career. Dalton Transactions, therefore, has decided to launch a desktop seminar series, aimed specifically at early career researchers and based on our popular New Talent series of themed issues. The first of these desktop seminars is based on our 2019 themed issue, New Talent: Asia-Pacific, and registration is now open.

The seminar will be held on February 2, 2021 and will be chaired by Dalton Transactions Associate Editor, Vadapalli Chandrasekhar. The talks cover a wide spectrum of topics within inorganic chemistry, including bioinorganic chemistry, coordination chemistry, and molecular magnetism.

 

Speakers: 

 

Somdatta Ghosh-Dey

Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata, India

Talk Title: Small Molecule Interactions with Heme and Copper bound Amyloid β peptides associated with Alzheimer’s Disease

To find out more about Professor Ghosh-Dey’s work, check out her article on Nitrite reductase activity of heme and copper bound Aβ peptides.

 

 

 

 

Tetsuro Kusamoto

Institute for Molecular Science, Japan

Talk Title: A Cu(II)-radical heterospin magnetic chain: temperature-dependent Jahn-Teller distortion correlated to π-conjugation and magnetic properties

To find out more about Professor Kusamoto’s work, check out his article on One-dimensional magnetic chain composed of CuII and polychlorinated dipyridylphenylmethyl radical: temperature-dependent Jahn–Teller distortion correlated to π-conjugation and magnetic properties.

 

 

 

 

Suzanne Neville

University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia

Talk Title: Spin crossover dinuclear complexes: ligand and guest effects

To find out more about Professor Neville’s work, check our her article on Heteroatom substitution effects in spin crossover dinuclear complexes.  

 

 

 

Register now to attend these exciting talks!

https://www.rsc.org/events/detail/45987/dalton-transactions-new-talent-asia-pacific

 

Future desktop seminars will be based on our 2018 themed issue, New Talent: Europe, and our 2020 themed issue, New Talent: Americas, so watch this space for more details or sign up to our newsletter!  

 

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