Three new undergraduate researchers join the group: Rhea Kataria, Isabelle Mays, and Mary Teeler. Say hello to them when you see them in the lab!!
Graduate Students, Wei, Xiaoyang, and Jacobs present their research at the ACS National Meeting in Washington D.C. August 20 – 24 Xiaoyang (Supramolecular Catalyst for Halogenation Reaction) and Wei (Hydrated anions binding within the water-soluble READ MORE…
Jacobs’, Wei’s & Xiaoyang’s papers were selected for presentations at the 254nd ACS National Meeting in Washington D.C. All three will present in the Organic Division in the themed symposium Molecular Recognition and Self-Assembly. Jacobs READ MORE…
Graduate Students Jacobs Jordan and Kaiya Wang present their research at Tulane University’s annual School of Science & Engineering research day. Jacobs poster titled The Reverse Hofmeister Effect in Synthetic Hosts and Kaiya’s poster presentation READ MORE…
Kaiya presents his poster entitled “Reactions and Separations Using Supramolecular Compartments” at the ACS National Meeting in San Francisco.
Kaiya publishes paper: Mapping the Binding Motifs of Deprotonated Monounsaturated Fatty Acids and Their Corresponding Methyl Esters within Supramolecular Capsules DOI: 10.1021/acs.joc.7b00264
Wei Yao’s paper “The Aqueous Supramolecular Chemistry of Cucrbit[n]urils, Pillar[n]arenes and Deep-Cavity Cavitands” is published in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chem. Soc. Rev.
Graduate Students Hannah Aziz, and Nicholas Ernst join the gibbgroup. Both students are first-year graduate students at Tulane University.
Paolo Suating, a new first year graduate student at Tulane, joins the gibbgroup.
Jacobs presents oral presentation <em>Deep-cavity cavitands and anion recognition</em> at the 72nd Annual Southwest Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Galveston, TX November 10th-13th.