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Antimicrobial resistance challenged by flexible heterocyclic chemistry

Prof Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE, Research Professor of Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde shares his expertise on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and how this is challenged by flexible heterocyclic chemistry
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Heterocyclic chemistry: Not just what you do but how you think about it

Heterocyclic chemistry is linked to a number of scientific discoveries and breakthroughs, both directly and indirectly. Professor Colin Suckling of the University of Strathclyde discusses the links and the thinking behind it.
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Vitamins and drugs: Heterocyclic chemistry is all around us – and in us!

Professor Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE, Research Professor of Chemistry at the Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, explains his thoughts on why heterocyclic chemistry is all around us – and in us, including a detailed focus on vitamins and drugs
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The Long Arm of Heterocyclic Chemistry

Professor Colin Suckling of Strathclyde University discusses advancements with Heterocyclic Chemistry and the progress towards new medicines. Earlier in January I attended a conference at the Roslin Institute near Edinburgh, famous for Dolly the Sheep. Unlike that high profile product of scientific invention and technological virtuosity the subject was on...
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The changing face of Heterocyclic Chemistry in the pharmaceutical industry

Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of York and Chairman of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Heterocyclic and Synthesis Group, Peter O’Brien explores the role of heterocycles in the pharmaceutical industry In 2017, the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Heterocyclic and Synthesis Group celebrated its 50th anniversary. It thus appears...

Why does Heterocyclic Chemistry matter?

Professor Colin J Suckling of University of Strathclyde explores the reasons why Heterocyclic Chemistry matters in the world today
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The pervasive penetration of heterocyclic chemistry research

Professor Colin Suckling discusses heterocyclic chemistry research and how it makes a difference. Because I work on chemical biology and medicinal chemistry, most of the Special Reports that I have written deal with science on the interface of chemistry and biology. But in offering perspectives bedded in the field of...
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The antibiotic apocalypse – can heterocyclic chemistry help?

Prof Colin J Suckling, University of Strathclyde's Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, discusses heterocyclic chemistry.
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University of Strathclyde: Pushing the limits of heterocyclic chemistry

The connecting theme of my contributions to AG publications is heterocyclic chemistry, which in my own work relates to drug discovery and medicinal chemistry, a field in which we have a number of successes in anti-infective compounds and anti-inflammatory compounds. Behind all this, however, lies the science and technology of...
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A window on Drug Discovery and Heterocyclic Chemistry

Ebola virus, Superbugs, Antimicrobial drug resistance, Sleeping sickness, Lung cancer, Prostate cancer, Diabetic nephropathy, Asthma, Rheumatoid arthritis. What have all of these diseases and health challenges in common? We’ve obtained compounds with the potential to be developed into treatments for all of them at the University of Strathclyde together with...

It’s all around us – Heterocyclic chemistry

No surprise that the public interest is readily attracted through the media to the latest fashions in science and it’s good that there is a continual stimulus of discoveries and inventions to whet the practical and intellectual appetites. Behind all the innovations the basic rules of the chemical and...
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Plants, Drugs, and Heterocyclic Chemistry

When thinking about heterocyclic chemistry it’s as interesting to consider where it came from as what it is and what it can do. Probably the most important origin of heterocyclic chemistry is compounds from plants and it’s their medicinal properties that first became significant. Most people will be aware...
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Getting your chemistry right

Prof Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE from the Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, at University of Strathclyde, explains the importance of getting your chemistry right.

Making chemistry matter: The value of discovery

Prof Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE from the Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, at University of Strathclyde, explains the value of discovery when it comes to making chemistry matter.
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Double vision in research? Medicinal chemistry and chemical biology

Professor Colin Sucking discusses the work undertaken at the University of Strathclyde that explores the combination of medicinal chemistry and chemical biology.
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Porphyrin – is this the most versatile heterocyclic compound ever?

Professor Colin Suckling of the University of Strathclyde discusses the heterocuclic compound known as Porphyrin, and the research he has undertaken.
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Chemistry in the UK today

Open Access Government explores the exciting world of chemistry in the UK today, including heterocycles in pharmaceuticals and the importance of inspiring the next generation to work in the field
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Get your medicinal chemistry right!

Prof Colin J Suckling from the University of Strathclyde gives his opinion on getting your medicinal chemistry right to gain success in the field One of the pillars of interdisciplinary research at the University of Strathclyde concerns all aspects of health and well-being. For chemists, this means medicinal chemistry. As...
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Phosphorus geomicrobiological research – biology, chemistry, and agriculture

Diliana D. Simeonova of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences imparts her seasoned expertise on phosphorus geomicrobiological research
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Looking forward to the future of chemistry

Angela K. Wilson and Carol A. Bessel from the Division of Chemistry (CHE) at the National NSF provide a fascinating insight into the future of chemistry

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