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Dial-a-Molecule

Dial-a-Molecule is an EPSRC funded Grand Challenge network with the vision that:
“In 20-40 years, scientists will be able to deliver any desired molecule within a timeframe useful to the end-user, using safe, economically viable and sustainable processes.”
The Dial-a-Molecule network builds on three interrelated themes to provide a coordinated and cross-disciplinary approach to address the Grand Challenge: Lab of the Future & Synthetic Route Selection, A Step Change in Molecular Synthesis and Catalytic Paradigms for Efficient Synthesis. Publications in the Dial-a-Molecule thematic series will span the focus areas within these main themes, and serve to summarise the state of the art and highlight the latest developments being made towards realising the Grand Challenge.


  1. Content type: Correction

    Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported an error in Schemes 1 and 2 and repeated line in subsection “Bis(ligand) nickel(II) chelate (NiL12)”.

    Authors: Mei Luo, Jing Cheng Zhang, Hao Yin, Cheng Ming Wang, Susan Morris-Natschke and Kuo-Hsiung Lee

    Citation: BMC Chemistry 2019 13:63

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    The original article was published in BMC Chemistry 2019 13:51

  2. Content type: Research article

    The general approach to the synthesis of metal complexes begins with ligand synthesis, followed by ligand reaction with metal salts to afford organometallic complexes. Our research group first reported a one-p...

    Authors: Mei Luo, Jing Cheng Zhang, Hao Yin, Cheng Ming Wang, Susan Morris-Natschke and Kuo-Hsiung Lee

    Citation: BMC Chemistry 2019 13:51

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    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Chemistry 2019 13:63

  3. Content type: Research article

    The incorporation of two different monomers, having different properties, in the same polymer molecule leads to the formation of new materials with great scientific and commercial importance. The basic require...

    Authors: Ameen Hadi Mohammed, Mansor B. Ahmad, Nor Azowa Ibrahim and Norhazlin Zainuddin

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2018 12:15

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  4. Content type: Meeting report

    Computational prediction of reaction outcomes and optimum synthetic routes was a two-day meeting and workshop organised by the EPSRC Dial-a-molecule grand challenge network. Forty delegates discussed computer ...

    Authors: Kelly J. Kilpin, Jonathan M. Goodman, A. Peter Johnson and Richard J. Whitby

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2015 9:49

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