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European Researchers Night - Explorathon in Scotland

The University of Strathclyde's CMAC / CORE Innovative Training Network Crystal Builders team exhibited this year Explorathon - Researchers' Night Scotland at the Riverside Museum on Friday 29 September.  Over 700 people visited the stall which included building crystal models from marshmallows, explaining mirror molecules and chirality using carvone and the crystal forms of chocolate.

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Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern - How Can the Enantiomers of a Chiral Molecule be Separated More Effectively?
Chiral molecules are molecules that behave as image and mirror image to each other; these are also called enantiomers. There is a demand in pure enantiomers, which can be created for the use of a variety of industries, such as drugs for the pharmaceutical industry or herbicides for agrochemistry. ANDREAS SEIDEL-MORGENSTERN and his research team investigate access to these pure enantiomers. .... more

European Researchers Night - Explorathon in Scotland
What a great night at Explorathon - Researchers' Night Scotland in the Riverside Museum on Friday 29 September. well done to the University of Strathclyde CMAC / CORE Innovative Training Network Crystal Builders team! .... more