The Lewis Group at Imperial College London conducts research in various areas of supramolecular chemistry, including self-assembly, functional mechanically interlocked molecules, and host-guest systems for sensing applications.
January 20 2020 – Welcome to Zihang who starts his third year undergraduate project in the group!
November 28 2019 – Our work with the Jelfs group on the self-assembly of low symmetry palladium(II) cages from unsymmetrical ligands is published in Chemical Science. Read it here!
April 2 2019 – The group hits the green for some mini golf action. Congratulations to Nadia on winning the round, and Honglan on winning a free pizza with a spectacular hole-in-one shot!
February 6 2019 – Paper #25! Work on the development of catenane ligands for incorporation into coordination polymers is out now in Org. Biomol Chem. Check it out here.
January 1 2019 – Work from the Goldup Group in collaboration with Maxie Roessler at QMUL on the effect of the mechanical bond on the properties of metal complexes published in JACS: read it here!
October 9 2018 – The group has its first students! Welcome to Kevin (MSci) and Nadia (PhD)!
August 21 2018 – The lab has left South Kensington and will be setting up shop in the brand new Molecular Sciences Research Hub down the road in White City.
March 21 2018 – First paper of 2018! Postdoctoral work on the Active Template synthesis of multi-component catenanes is published in JACS! Read it here.