Posted in News & Press     |     Jul 31st 2020

Celebrating success – RSC poster competition winners announced

The winners of the RSC Porous Materials Group Poster Conference 2020, sponsored by Hiden Isochema, have been announced. The Twitter-based competition reached impressive levels of participation, with entries from over 30 countries.

Congratulations to the following well-deserved prize winners. You can view their entries below by clicking on the poster titles:

Efficient capture of toxic oxo-anions of Se(VI) and As(V) accompanied with direct crystallographic evidence in a water-stable cationic MOF
Shivani Sharma, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, India
(1st Prize – £150 from Hiden Isochema)

Efficient capture of toxic oxo-anions of Se(VI) and As(V) accompanied with direct crystallographic evidence in a water-stable cationic MOF”
Self-assembly of nanoparticles in emulsion: A green approach to produce tuneable silica composites
David Brossault, University of Cambridge, UK
(£100 from RSC journal Molecular Systems Design & Engineering)

Low-field NMR relaxation exchange measurements for the study of gas admission in microporous solids
Neil Robinson, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
(£100 from Hiden Isochema)

Revealing the drug release from MOF nanocomposites (in situ)
Barbara Souza, University of Oxford, UK
(£100 from Hiden Isochema)

Guest-mediated flexibility in a pillared-layered MOF
Gemma Turner, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
(£50 from Hiden Isochema)

H-bonds and redox reactions make CO2(OH)2BBTA the first extended framework with a negative cooperativity behavior for O2
Jenny Vitillo, University of Insubria, Italy
(£50 from Hiden Isochema)

Three-Dimensional Electron Diffraction (3DED) for structural elucidation of porous nanocrystals
Zhehao Huang, Stockholm University, Sweden
(£50 from Hiden Isochema)

Ultramicropores in carbons made from cigarette butts might improve CO2 capacity
Scott Blankenship, University of Nottingham, UK
(£50 RSC book voucher from RSC journal Molecular Systems Design & Engineering)

Photochemistry of a carbon monoxide releasing MOF
Rosemary Young, University of Nottingham, UK
(£50 RSC book voucher from RSC journal Molecular Systems Design & Engineering)

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