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EPSRC Support by Research Topic in Asymmetric Chemistry

We classify grants using one or more research topics. Value is the total value of the grants awarded, not the proportion assigned to different research topics, so it does not show the level of investment in different research areas.

Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
A Catalytic Asymmetric Cross-Coupling Approach to the Synthesis of CyclobutanesFletcher, Professor SPUniversity of OxfordOxford Chemistry 410,560
A Multi-Component Strategy for the Synthesis of Complex Aliphatic Amines using Photo-redox CatalysisGaunt, Professor MUniversity of CambridgeChemistry 703,740
Accessing pharmacophoric space via asymmetric protonationWatson, Dr AJBUniversity of St AndrewsChemistry 399,956
Chemoselective cross-coupling via control of anion metathesis at Pd(II)Watson, Dr AJBUniversity of St AndrewsChemistry 384,880
Dynamic Resolution of Boronic Esters: A Powerful Strategy for Asymmetric Atropisomer SynthesisHarrity, Professor JPAUniversity of SheffieldChemistry 377,889
Enantioconvergent Multi-Component Reactions.Lawrence, Professor ALUniversity of EdinburghSch of Chemistry 202,196
Enantioselective C-H C-H Coupling of Alcohols with HeteroarenesPhipps, Dr RJUniversity of CambridgeChemistry 355,413
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Chemical SynthesisClayden, Professor JUniversity of BristolChemistry 5,326,153
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Synthesis for Biology and MedicineDixon, Professor DJUniversity of OxfordOxford Chemistry 4,947,369
Merging Photoredox with 1,2-Boronate Rearrangements: New Opportunities for Rapid Increase in Molecular ComplexityAggarwal, Professor VKUniversity of BristolChemistry 705,116
Photo-Electro: Transforming Chemical Synthesis, Discovery and ManufactureGeorge, Professor MUniversity of NottinghamSch of Chemistry 6,486,390
Redox efficiency: Exploring the role of hydride shifts in organic chemistryDonohoe, Professor TUniversity of OxfordOxford Chemistry 409,089

Total Number of Grants: 12
Total Value of Grants: £20,708,751

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).