We are extremely pleased to announce that Early Stage Researcher, Ryusei Oketani based at SMS Lab, University of Rouen won the excellent poster prize at the Symposium on Molecular Chirality in Chiba, Japan, 10-12 May 2018. The poster was titled "Derassemization of axial chiral naphthamide: racemization rate and crystallization rate"
Congratulations to Ryusei http://mcro.jp/mc2018/poster_award.html
See Ryusei's blog post about attending the Symposium https://coreitn.wordpress.com/2018/05/29/conference-report-symposium-on-molecular-chirality-in-japan/
Congratulations to Prof Marco Mazzotti, ETH who was awarded an ERC AdG on crystallization! The research deals with separation processes, with application to biopharmaceuticals and carbon dioxide capture and storage systems, and has a strong focus on crystallisation. Many products in the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industry are produced as powders through a continuous crystallization process, in which crystals are generated by secondary nucleation in agitated crystal suspensions. In his ERC project, SNICC “Studying Secondary Nucleation for the Intensification of Continuous Crystallization”, Marco Mazzotti aims at filling the gaps of scientific understanding on secondary nucleation at the microscale, so as to enable the optimization and control of continuous crystallisation at the process scale. The ETH professor hopes the project will have a substantial impact on the science of crystallisation and the related industrial processes.
ESR, Ryusei Oketani awarded excellent poster prize at Symposium on Molecular Chirality in Chiba, Japan
Ryusei Oketani based at SMS Lab, University of Rouen won the excellent poster prize at the Symposium on Molecular Chirality in Chiba, Japan..... more
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