Patrick Gunning Wins the 2015 McLean Award
Patrick Gunning is the 2015 McLean Award recipient. The purpose of the McLean Award is to support outstanding basic research at the University of Toronto in the following fields: physics, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, engineering sciences, and the theory and methods of statistics.
New Route to Rare Heterocycles (Yudin group)
As part of a long-term research effort to develop new amphoteric molecules for chemical synthesis, Piera Trinchera and Victoria Corless of the Yudin lab came up with a new way of constructing challenging heterocycles for medicinal chemistry and materials science. For a cover story in Chemical and Engineering News, see http://cen.acs.org/articles/93/web/2015/06/New-Route-Rare-Heterocycles.html.
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Novel boron-containing 1,2,4-amphoteric molecules, described by Andrei K. Yudin and co-workers (Click this link), were used to generate a broad collection of borylated heterocycles with uncommon positioning of the carbon-boron bonds. The cover art compares this research to flowers blossoming during spring. If the boron-containing heterocycles were likened to flowers, the newly developed molecule...
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