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  • Sept. 22, 2016
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Diego for his accepted in Dalton Trans. in collaboration with Denis Jaquemin and Daniel Escurdero at the University of Nantes and the Ashrbook, Philp and Samuel groups at the University of St Andrews.
  • Sept. 15, 2016
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Amlan for his accepted in Inorg. Chem. in collaboration with Henk Bolink's group at the University of Valencia.
  • Aug. 30, 2016
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Nidhi, Amlan and Kamrul for their accepted in J. Mat. Chem. C in collaboration with Garry Hanan's group at the University of Montreal and Ifor Samuel's group at St Andrews.
  • Aug. 30, 2016
    The Group welcomes Rajamalli to St Andrews
    Dr. Rajamalli P joins the group as a PDRA to work on TADF emitters.
  • July 1, 2016
    The Group welcomes Laura to St Andrews
    Laura arrives in St Andrews to spend 10 months as part of her PhD.
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Welcome to the Zysman-Colman Group0 The EaStCHEM School of Chemistry on the North Haugh1 Beautiful St Andrews, Fife, UK2 Organometallic Optoelectronic Materials3 Luminophore Design for solid-state lighting4 Electroluminescent Devices5 Dye Design for Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs and OPVs)6 Recent publications7 Recent publications8 Recent publications9 Recent publications10 Recent publications11 Recent publications12 The Team13 The Team14
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George S. Hammond, Norris Award Lecture, 1968


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