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Professor's Work in Forbes

Professor Matthew Sigman and his collaborators have had their recent work with non-covalent interactions featured in an article on The article references their paper published in Nature, explaining that the paper "takes a close look at one kind of non-covalent interactions, made possible by ring-shaped molecular motifs called aryl groups. They sort these interactions into broad categories based on how the rings are oriented and what other molecular architecture is around them. It’s a first step in building that new library of knowledge chemists would need to be able to effectively engineer catalysts."

Read the full Forbes article here, and check out the published paper here!

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Last Updated: 6/3/21