|Welcome to the Booker-Milburn Group Pages|
Our research group is headed by Professor Kevin Booker-Milburn and our research interests include photochemistry, palladium (II) catalysis and natural product total synthesis. We are based in the School of Chemistry in the University of Bristol.
Professor Kevin Booker-Milburn is the Director of the Bristol Chemical Synthesis Centre for Doctoral Training, with which we closely collaborate.
Three new papers:
A Small Footprint, High Capacity Flow Reactor for UV Photochemical Synthesis on the Kilogram Scale in Organic Process Research and Development. DOI
Real-Time Biological Annotation of Synthetic Compounds in Journal Of The American Chemical Society. DOI
Unusually Facile Thermal Homodienyl-[1,5]-Hydrogen Shift Reactions in Photochemically Generated Vinyl Aziridines in Chemistry - A European Journal. DOI
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A Small Footprint, High Capacity Flow Reactor for UV Photochemical Synthesis on the Kilogram Scale; Luke D. Elliott, Malcolm Berry, Bashir Harji, David Klauber, John LeonarD and Kevin I. Booker-Milburn. Org. Process Res. Dev., 2016, Just Accepted Manuscript. DOI
Real-Time Biological Annotation of Synthetic Compounds; Christopher J. Gerry, Bruce K. Hua, Mathias J. Wawer, Jonathan P. Knowles, Shawn D. Nelson Jr., Oscar Verho, Sivaraman Dandapani, Bridget K. Wagner, Paul A. Clemons, Kevin I. Booker-Milburn, Zarko V. Boskovic and Stuart L. Schreiber. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016, 138, 8920-8927. DOI
Unusually Facile Thermal Homodienyl-[1,5]-Hydrogen Shift Reactions in Photochemically Generated Vinyl Aziridines; Dr. Jonathan P. Knowles and Prof. Dr. Kevin I. Booker-Milburn. Chem. Eu. J., 2016, 22, 11429-11434. DOI
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|Professor Kevin Booker-Milburn, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantock's Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS, UK.||
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