Just out in JACS: Shape Preserving Single Crystal to Amorphous to Single Crystal Polymorphic Transformation Is Possible. These fundamental insights into the mechanism of solid-solid phase transitions were made possible by the transatlantic collaboration between the Rogers and the Mudring groups.
Another new publication, this time with collaborator Cláudia C.L. Pereira from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal on Lanthanide-based complexes as efficient physiological temperature sensors.
AVM will present in Day 2 of the 2nd Green Chemistry Symposium is on December 10th, 2021. 7 am-12 pm CET / 1-6 pm SGT / 4-9 pm AEST.
Visible Light Photocatalysis in Flow: New Strategies in Sustainable Bond Construction
Dr. Anastasios Polyzos, University of Melbourne, Australia
Electrifying Organic Synthesis – Next level challenges
Professor Dr. Siegfried R. Waldvogel, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany
Greener Alternative Products
Dr. Manuela Vacatello, Research Technology Specialist – Chemistry (Research-Academia Italy and Spain), Merck
Medicinal Mechanochemistry: An Opportunity for the Green Manufacturing of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients.
Professor Dr. Evelina Colacino, University of Montpellier, France
Green Synthesis of Energy Materials
Professor Dr. Anja-Verena Mudring, Aarhus University, Denmark
Futurecast – Sustainability in Science
Jeffrey Whitford, Head of Sustainability & Social Business Innovation and Branding, Life Science, Merck
Our collaboration as colleagues and friends brought about this new publication. We dedicated it to the memory of Marek Grinberg, a truly outstanding scientist and friend in the field, whom we lost to cancer in 2020.
Nano-crystalline Nd3+-doped LuPO4 optical materials obtained by ionic liquid assisted synthesis route
Our recent research work published in PNAS is the result of a long standing collaboration with colleagues from Ames Laboratory and the first paper with AVM’s new colleagues from the Department of Chemistry at Aarhus University. You can read the paper here: First-order antiferromagnetic transitions of SrMn2P2 and CaMn2P2 single crystals containing corrugated-honeycomb Mn sublattices.