Welcome to my research pages! I am a lecturer at the newly re-opened Department of Chemistry at Lancaster University, developing a research programme in Supramolecular Chemistry.
My primary research interests are in the investigation of Host-Guest Recognition and Self-Assembly. I am looking to build upon the knowledge and expertise I have gained through the study of interlocked molecules and chiral lanthanide complexes, to prepare molecules, complexes or supramolecular assemblies that may act as ever more useful receptors for a variety of ionic and molecular guests.
Some “Latest News” may be found below, as well as on Twitter @Supra_Evans, along with a few (supramolecular chemistry) views.
Dr Nick Evans
** RSC Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Interest Group Meeting (MASC2018) **
The annual RSC MASC interest group meeting will be held at Lancaster University on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th December 2018. The meeting will include an excellent array of talks and posters, as well as the Bob Hay Lecture and MASC PhD Thesis awards.
Further information about the meeting can found at the MASC2018 website.
April 2018: Preparations are well under way for the RSC Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Interest Group Meeting (MASC2018) to be held at Lancaster in December 2018, with the meeting website now online.
January 2018: Nick starts the new year by presenting at PDB60 (60th Birthday Symposium for Prof Paul Beer) held at the Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford.
November 2017: A paper (with Geoff Akien) on a rotaxane and rotaxane molecular shuttle has been published by Supramolecular Chemistry – an invited contribution for a special issue on Emerging UK Talent in Supramolecular Chemistry. Nick presents a poster at “Synthetic Tools for the Exploration of 3D Pharmaceutical Space” (an EPSRC Dial-a-Molecule network meeting) at the University of York.
October 2017: Emily and Chris join the group as our first ever MChem project students. A mini-review that Nick has written on chiral catenanes and rotaxanes has been accepted by Chemistry – A European Journal.
See the News Archive for older news items.