I’ve been a publishing editor at the Royal Society of Chemistry since August 2018 and before joining I completed a degree in medicinal chemistry, a PhD and postdoc in computational chemistry and taught secondary school science. My love of research and reading about new ideas and discoveries is why I was drawn away from the classroom and to scientific publishing.
My personal interests include obscure music that none of my colleagues have heard of, hard sci-fi novels, hair dye, sinking hours into MMOs, fancy eyeliner and hoping that Ross County get more goals than they let in.
Metalloenzyme changes its structure in harmony with the pH of the battery, promoting oxygen reduction and evolution as required
Non-covalent interactions and electron densities can be explored quickly without the need for expensive and time-consuming quantum chemical calculations
Chematica can now design efficient syntheses for large compound libraries
A sticky bacterial protein on the surface of stem cells increases homing and retention on damaged heart tissue