NEWS & LINKS
We are delighted to have published in ACS Central Science. Read it using the link below!
NEW SUMMER STUDENTS
The Slater Group helped to host the Dial-a-Molecule & Directed Assembly Network's 2017 ECR Meeting: Supporting Synthesis & Self-Assembly.
We've welcomed three summer students to the group: Nicole, Mollie, and Adam. Welcome all!
WE ARE HIRING!
Closing 2nd June
We are seeking a postgraduate research associate. Do you have strong organic chemsitry skills and want to get back into research and/or work towards a PhD? Get in touch.
CONGRATULATIONS MEGAN AND BEN
Megan and Ben gave their final presentations of their research projects yesterday - we are very proud of their efforts and wish them well for their bright futures!
We had an amazing time at SciLates - see Dr Sam Illingworth's blog for an account of the evening!
SLATER GROUP AT SCILATES
10th Feb 2017
Come and learn more about self-assembly at the Royal Society's Science Museum Lates event on the 29th March. The Slater group will be there with Dr Tim Easun from Cardiff University.
WE ARE RECRUITING!
10th January 2017
The Slater Group is looking for a PhD student in High Throughput Materials Discovery in Continuous Flow. Informal enquiries to email@example.com
FRONT COVER OF NAT CHEM
We are delighted to be on the front cover of the January 2017 issue of Nature Chemistry. Artwork by Adam Kewley - thank you, Adam! http://www.adamkewley.com/
SLATER GROUP STARTS
1st December 2016
The Slater Group started from the 1st December with Anna's Royal Society-EPSRC Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship. Anna is also one of the new appointments in the Materials Innovation Factory.
PAPER PUBLISHED IN NATURE CHEMISTRY
21st November 2016
Our latest work from Anna's position in the Cooper Group is out in Nature Chemistry
ANNA SHORTLISTED FOR WOMEN OF THE FUTURE AWARDS
5th October 2016
The Women of the Future Awards, founded by Pinky Lilani in 2006, recognizes and celebrates the inspirational female talent in Britain today across a number of sectors including Media, Business and Arts and Culture.