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  • Dec. 22, 2016
    The group is growing!
    The group welcomes, Bene, Oliver I., Oliver L. and Victoria for their honours projects. A warm welcome also to Pedro Stroppa as a visiting PhD student and Zhaoning Li as a PhD student to the group.
  • Dec. 11, 2016
    The group welcomes Dianming
    Dr. Dianming Sun joins the group as a PDRA to work on TADF emitters.
  • Sept. 8, 2017
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Amlan for his paper accepted in Nature Sci. Rep. in collaboration with Ifor Samuel's group in physics.
  • Aug. 31, 2017
    Cynora Funds Research
    In collaboration with Malte Gather, we have just been awarded funding from Cynora to develop TADF emitters. We will be advertising two 1-year PDRA positions in the near future. Please contact Eli for details.
  • Aug. 28, 2017
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Adam and Amlan for their paper accepted in J. Mat. Chem. C in collaboration with Etienne Baranoff at the University of Birmingham and Henk Bolink at the University of Valencia.
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Welcome to the Zysman-Colman Group0 The EaStCHEM School of Chemistry on the North Haugh1 Beautiful St Andrews, Fife, UK2 Organic & Organometallic Optoelectronic Materials3 Luminophore Design for solid-state lighting4 Electroluminescent Devices5 Dye Design for Solar Cells (DSSCs and OPVs)6 Recent publications7 Recent publications8 Recent publications9 Recent publications10 Recent publications11 Recent publications12 The Team13 The Team14 The Team15
"The most fundamental and lasting objective of synthesis is not production of new compounds, but production of properties."
George S. Hammond, Norris Award Lecture, 1968


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