University of Liverpool

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ABOUT

Flow chemists, materials scientists

The process by which materials are made is just as important as the structure of the pieces they are made from. We use continuous flow chemistry and automation to build process-structure-function relationships and discover new supramolecular materials. We aim to consider the principles of manufacturing at the earliest stages of material design, and use our expertise in organic chemistry and non-covalent interactions to fine-tune the properties of self-assembled materials.

FUNDED BY

Continuous Flow in Materials Chemistry

RESEARCH PROJECTS

HIGH THROUGHPUT FLOW SCREENING

By using an automated continuous flow process, high-throughput screening allows us to screen a wide range of new materials and precursors.

CONTINUOUS FLOW: CONTROL, SAFETY, AND SCALE

We are applying continuous flow and automation technologies to new areas, such as reversible chemistry, supramolecular synthesis, and materials science - but we also do a lot of synthesis the normal way!

OUTREACH

We are enthusiastic about Outreach and have run sessions on nanotechnology, self-assembly, and 'building with molecules' - please get in touch for more information.

CONTACT ME

Materials Innovation Factory and Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool
Crown Street
L69 7ZD

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