Ceri Hammond

Ceri Hammond


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Keiko’s newest article accepted

Posted on 31 October 2018 by Ceri Hammond

Congratulations to Keiko, for acceptance of her most recent piece of research. The article, titled “Chemoselective lactonization of renewable succinc acid with heterogeneous nanoparticle catalysts” has just been accepted for publication in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. Congratulations to Keiko, in addition to our collaborators Antoine Buchard and Alberto Roldan! The article can be found
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Luca’s paper accepted for publication

Posted on 8 October 2018 by Ceri Hammond

Congratulations to Luca, Ricardo and Daniele, for publication of their most recent manuscript in Topics in Catalysis. The manuscript focuses on the continuous performance of zeolites for sugar conversion, and is titled “Influence of composition and preparation method on the continuous performance of Sn-Beta for glucose-fructose isomerisation”. Bibliographic details and link to follow.
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Daniele and Luca’s newest paper accepted

Posted on 17 June 2018 by Ceri Hammond

Congratulations to Daniele and Luca for having their most recent piece of research accepted for publication. The paper, titled “Active site hydration governs the stability of Sn-Beta during continuous glucose conversion”, was just accepted for publication in ACS Catalysis. The Just Accepted article can be found here.
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Ceri tours the Netherlands

Posted on 6 June 2018 by Ceri Hammond

Thanks to the faculties at the Technical University of Delft (Chemical Engineering) and Utrecht University (Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis) for the kind invitations to present some of the groups most recent research! It was a pleasure to visit both places.
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Ceri appointed to ECAB of ACS Catalysis

Posted on 10 May 2018 by Ceri Hammond

Ceri has been appointed to the Early Career Advisory Board (ECAB) of ACS Catalysis. The role of the ECAB is to inform the journal of emerging trends in catalysis, and interface with the journal as representatives for early career researchers in the catalysis community. More details can be found here.
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