The aim of the J. Bolyai Research Scholarship is to cater for young researchers the possibility of realizing their research programs.
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OTKA grant of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office – NKFIH Title: Basics of “crystal engineering”: supramolecular interactions, polymorphysm, temperature and pressure Principal Investigator: Petra Bombicz Participants: Tamás Holczbauer Nóra V. May Laura Nagyné Bereczki Dániel Fegyverneki Gyula Tamás Gál
The aim of the J. Bolyai Research Scholarship is to cater for young researchers the possibility of realizing their research programs. The proposal of Nóra V. May, titled “Structural investigation of bioactive compounds by means of single crystal X-ray diffraction and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy”, have been accepted.
Prof Ivan Bernal from Houston University and Prof Roger Lalancette from Rudgers University, USA visited our laboratories on 9 June 2017. (Nóra V. May, Petra Bombicz, Roger Lalancette, Laura Nagyné Bereczki, Susan A. Bourne, Ivan Bernal)
Prof. Susan A Bourne, the Head of Chemistry Department, the University of Cape Town, South Africa visited us between 7 and 12 June 2017 and delivered a lecture on Chromophoric framework solids for sensing and storage. Chromophoric framework solids for sensing and storage Susan A. Bourne Centre for Supramolecular Chemistry Research, Department of Chemistry, University of Cape Town Abstract Polymeric coordination compounds, and their subset metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have provided a rich source of interest to researchers in Read More …
The congress will be held in Hyderabad, India in 2017. Petra Bombicz is the member of the European Chemical Crystallography group. https://www.iucr2017.org/
His proposal titled “Development of crystallization processes to establish solid state molecular associations” was awarded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Congratulations Tamás! See at the webpage of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences