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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor M Wills
Organisation: University of Warwick
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:

Current EPSRC Support
There is no current EPSRC Support
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/M006670/1 Asymmetric Catalysis Using Novel Iron Complexes.(P)
EP/G036993/1 Hydrogenation of ketones without transition metal catalysts.(P)
EP/F042159/1 MOLECULAR MODELLING FOR ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS: RU-ARENES AS CATALYSTS AND ANTI-CANCER DRUGS(C)
EP/G01244X/1 SUPERGEN: Delivery of Sustainable Hydrogen(C)
EP/F061420/1 Squeezing hydrogen out of biomass; new catalysts for clean energy generation.(P)
EP/F019424/1 Asymmetric Transfer Hydrogenation of Imines.(P)
EP/D031168/1 ASYMMETRIC TRANSFER HYDROGENATION USING TETHERED LIGANDS(P)
EP/C007999/1 ENHANCING MASS SPECTROMETRY FACILITES FOR SYNTHETIC, SUPRAMOLECULAR AND MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK(C)
EP/C000927/1 ASYMMETRIC TRANSFER HYDROGENATION USING LIGANDS DERIVED FROM CHIRAL EPOXIDES.(P)
GR/S72214/01 Stereochemically Well-Defined Ruthenium(II) Catalysts For Asymmetric Transfer Hydrogenation(P)
GR/R10226/01 Asymmetric Hydroformylation Using Bis (Diazaphospholidine) Ligands(P)
GR/N07202/01 INTEGRATED PROCESS DESIGN FOR CATALYTIC REACTIONS IN FLUOROUS BIPHASIC SYSTEMS(C)
GR/M90375/01 ASYMMETRIC CATALYSIS OF TRANSFER HYDROGENATION REACTIONS(P)
GR/M07137/01 SYNTHETIC APPLICATIONS OF VINYLIDENE CARBENES(P)
GR/L23871/01 STUDIES ON THE ASYMMETRIC CATALYST POLYLEUCINE(P)
GR/K75019/01 ELECTRONOCALLY DIFFERENTIATED DIPHOSPHINE LIGANDS FOR ASYMMETRIC CATALYSIS(P)
GR/K29630/02 NEW CATALYSTS FOR THE ASYMMETRIC REDUCTION OF CARBONYL GROUPS(P)
GR/K87364/01 NEW CATALYSTS FOR THE ASYMMETRIC REDUCTION OF CARBONYL GROUPS(P)
GR/K29630/01 NEW CATALYSTS FOR THE ASYMMETRIC REDUCTION OF CARBONYL GROUPS(P)
GR/H36238/01 KINETIC RESOLUTION REACTIONS OF SULPHINATE ESTERS(P)
GR/G13549/01 SYNTHESIS & APPLICATION OF A NEW CLASS OF CHIRAL SUL- PHUR & PHOSPORUS REAGENTS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator