Latest Group News
July 2021 - Grant Success!
The group has been awarded a 12-month Research Enablement Grant from the Royal Society of Chemistry!
This grant will fund preliminary research into the development of stimuli-responsive assemblies for use in lipid bilayers.
July 2021 - Laurie Neasham starts her summer project in the group
We welcome Laurie to the group as our first researcher! She will spend six weeks in the group working on the synthesis of stimuli-responsive assemblies.
James gives a presentation entitled 'What does the Future Hold for Molecular Machines?' at the launch of the Foresight Institute's Molecular Machines Group.
You can watch the presentation here. James will be chairing monthly seminars held by the Molecular Machines Group, which seek to identify future challenges and drive progress in this research area.
Applications to participate the Molecular Machines Group are welcomed. Apply here.
The group has a funded PhD studentship working on stimuli-responsive transmembrane assemblies.
If you're want to do research in supramolecular chemistry, this could be the project for you!
During the one-year program, Fellows will be invited to engage in events, connect to Fellows and mentors, and increase their skills to succeed in their endeavours.
James joins the University of Reading as a Lecturer in Organic Chemistry.
The Cooper research group opens for business! Please see the Join Us page for potential research opportunities.