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    1. CATALYTIC CO2 REDUCTION BY PALLADIUM
      DECORATED SILICON HYDRIDE NANOSHEETS
      The Ozin Group shows how decorating silicon nonosheets with palladium
      nanoparticles renders the process catalytic, a breakthrough with far
      reaching technological implications.
      Ozin group, Nature Catalysis, 2019
    2. UNUSUAL REARRANGEMENT OF AN
      N-DONOR-FUNCTIONALIZED N-HETEROCYCLIC
      CARBENE LIGAND ON GROUP 8 METALS
      The Song group discovered an unusual rearrangement reaction,where
      the N,C-chelate ligand of a piano-stool Group 8complex isomerizes into
      an N,N-chelate ligand. Mechanistic study suggests the involvement of a
      high-energy metal-alkylidene intermediate.
      Song group, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2018
    3. DYSREGULATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL CLPP
      PROTEASE AS A POTENTIAL STRATEGY TO
      DEVELOP NOVEL ANTICANCERS
      Human mitochondrial ClpP was found to be activated by specific
      acyldepsipeptide compounds causing apoptotic cell death.
      Houry and Batey groups, Cell Chemical Biology, 2018
    4. AMINE HEMILABILITY ENABLES BORON TO
      MECHANISTICALLY RESEMBLE EITHER
      HYDRIDE OR PROTON
      Mechanistic studies of the hemilability of MIDA
      (N-methyliminodiacetic acid) boronates reveal the chameleonic
      behaviour of the BMIDA group.
      Yudin group, Nature Chemistry, 2018
    5. TIPPING CELL SIGNALING PATHWAYS BY SALTS
      Mechanistic insights into allosteric regulation ofthe A2A adenosine
      G protein-coupled receptor byphysiological cations.
      Prosser group, Nature Communications, 2018
    6. COMPETITIVE SELF-ASSEMBLY KINETICS AS A
      ROUTE TO CONTROLLING MORPHOLOGY OF
      CORE-CRYSTALLINE CYLINDRICAL MICELLESS
      One can manipulate the seeded-growth kinetics of block
      copolymer unimers to control the growth sequence of
      unimers and thus the comicelle morphology.
      Winnik group, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2018
    7. INHIBITING MYC BINDING TO THE E-BOX DNA
      MOTIF BY ME47 DECREASES
      TUMOUR XENOGRAFT GROWTH
      The Shin lab's designed protein ME47 decreased tumor growth in
      a triple negative breast cancer mouse model, a type of cancer with
      no effective treatments.
      Shin, Chan & Penn groups, Oncogene, 2017

    Awards:

    Professor Artur Izmaylov wins JPC-PHYS Lectureship award

    Congratulations to Professor Artur Izmaylov for winning a 2019 Journal of Physical Chemistry-PHYS Lectureship Award. The JPC-PHYS lectureship awards honour the contributions of investigators who have made major impacts in their field of physical chemistry.

    Prof. Izmaylov is the first winner of this award from U of T. The lecture and award will be presented at the American Chemical Society meeting in August.


    News and Announcements:

    Professor Aaron Wheeler receives $3m Genome Canada grant

    Professor Aaron Wheeler receives $3m Genome Canada grant

    Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced today the funding recipients from Genome Canada’s Disruptive Innovations in Genomics.

    Professor Aaron Wheeler will receive $3m in funding to develop a safe, inexpensive, and non-invasive prenatal diagnostic test.



    Professor Scott Mabury: 'Plucking Solutions Out of Thin Air'

    Professor Scott Mabury's research into perfluorinated acids have led to national policy changes on products that put their precursors into the air. He spoke with Research2Reality about these airborne pollutants.

    “They were waste products that (neither) industry nor government knew were there, so they didn’t know to regulate them,?say Mabury. “We discovered them in the atmosphere, worked them back to where they came from.?/p>


    Simulating climate change in the lab

    Professors Jessica D’eon, Kristine Quinlan and Scott Browning, alongside Postdoctoral Fellow Jennifer Faust (Abbatt Group), created a first-year chemistry laboratory meant to improve students?fundamental understanding of greenhouse gases. They're featured in the Varsity this week.





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