This month’s issue of the Taylor & Francis journal Supramolecular Chemistry features a review on CASE 2015 by Robert Elmes, with a picture from the conference on the cover. CASE 2015 (Catalysis and Sensing for our Environment) was part-hosted in Trinity College Dublin, and organised by Thorri, along with Aisling Hume (TCD), Donal O’Shea (RCSI), and Robert Elmes (Maynooth).
Two TG Group postdocs were awarded poster prizes by the judging committee at CASE-2015 in Dublin. Dr Sankarasekaran Shanmugaraju (“Raju”) was awarded the prize for his recent work on the formation of novel supramolecularly assembling microspheres from Pd(II) and Troger’s base units for biomedical imaging. Dr Chris Hawes was recognised for his poster based on prior work he had carried out while at Monash University on the topic of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs). Chris joined the group in recent months.