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  • May. 20, 2015
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Nail for his paper accepted in Inorg. Chem. in collaboration with Ifor Samuel's groups at St Andrews and Henk Bolink's group at Valencia.
  • Apr. 20, 2015
    Editorial Online
    Eli's editorial for the Dalton Transactions themed issue on luminescent materials for solid-state lighting is now online.
  • Apr. 6, 2015
    Congratulations
    Congratulations to Oliver and James who have each one EPSRC summer scholarships to work in the group this summer.
  • Mar. 31, 2015
    Paper accepted!
    Congratulations to Adam for his paper accepted in Chem. Sci. in collaboration with Catherine Cazin's and Ifor Samuel's groups at St Andrews and David Beljonne's group at Mons.
  • Mar. 25, 2015
    The Group welcomes Laura
    Laura joins the group for her PhD. She is co-supervised by Max Massi at Curtin University.
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Welcome to the Zysman-Colman Group0 The EaStCHEM School of Chemistry on the North Haugh1 Beautiful St Andrews, Fife, UK2 Photophysically active complexes of late transition Elements3 Luminescent Iridium(III) complexes designed for solid-state lighting (OLEDs and LEECs)4 Dye Design for Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs)5 Recent publications6 Recent publications7 Recent publications8 Recent publications9 Group photo - 25/09/201410
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George S. Hammond, Norris Award Lecture, 1968
 
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