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Themed collection 2016 Emerging Investigators

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Contributors to the emerging investigators issue 2016

Chemical Society Reviews profiles the Emerging Investigators featuring work in this issue.

Graphical abstract: Contributors to the emerging investigators issue 2016
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Review Article

Applications of N-heterocyclic imines in main group chemistry

A survey of the most recent progress in the applications of N-heterocyclic imines in main group compounds is given.

Graphical abstract: Applications of N-heterocyclic imines in main group chemistry
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Review Article

Chemical tools for interrogating inositol pyrophosphate structure and function

New chemical and analytical tools have been developed to study the diverse functions of the inositol pyrophosphates, a unique group of densely phosphorylated intracellular metabolites found in a wide variety of eukaryotic organisms.

Graphical abstract: Chemical tools for interrogating inositol pyrophosphate structure and function
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Review Article

Towards scanning probe lithography-based 4D nanoprinting by advancing surface chemistry, nanopatterning strategies, and characterization protocols

Substrates with the chemical complexity of biointerfaces could be prepared by marrying recent synergistic advances in interfacial organic chemistry, soft-matter compatible nanofabrication, and emerging surface characterization tools.

Graphical abstract: Towards scanning probe lithography-based 4D nanoprinting by advancing surface chemistry, nanopatterning strategies, and characterization protocols
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Review Article

Protein cages and synthetic polymers: a fruitful symbiosis for drug delivery applications, bionanotechnology and materials science

Protein cages have become essential tools in bionanotechnology due to their well-defined, monodisperse, capsule-like structure. Combining them with synthetic polymers greatly expands their application, giving rise to novel nanomaterials for e.g. drug-delivery, sensing, electronic devices and for uses as nanoreactors.

Graphical abstract: Protein cages and synthetic polymers: a fruitful symbiosis for drug delivery applications, bionanotechnology and materials science
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Review Article

Hypervalent iodine(III) fluorinations of alkenes and diazo compounds: new opportunities in fluorination chemistry

The review gives a timely overview on the fluoro functionalization of alkenes and diazo compounds using hypervalent λ3-iodane chemistry.

Graphical abstract: Hypervalent iodine(iii) fluorinations of alkenes and diazo compounds: new opportunities in fluorination chemistry
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Review Article

Emerging nanomedicine approaches fighting tumor metastasis: animal models, metastasis-targeted drug delivery, phototherapy, and immunotherapy

Nanomedicine approaches may bring new opportunities for tumor metastasis treatment.

Graphical abstract: Emerging nanomedicine approaches fighting tumor metastasis: animal models, metastasis-targeted drug delivery, phototherapy, and immunotherapy
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Review Article

The rise of organic electrode materials for energy storage

We review organic electrode materials for energy storage devices and suggest directions for future work in this area.

Graphical abstract: The rise of organic electrode materials for energy storage
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Review Article

Photocatalysis in organic and polymer synthesis

This review, with over 600 references, summarizes the recent applications of photoredox catalysis for organic transformation and polymer synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Photocatalysis in organic and polymer synthesis
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Tutorial Review

Computing organic stereoselectivity – from concepts to quantitative calculations and predictions

This tutorial review outlines the theory and practice of computational modeling applied to understanding and predicting stereoselectivity.

Graphical abstract: Computing organic stereoselectivity – from concepts to quantitative calculations and predictions
From the themed collection: Primer
Open Access Tutorial Review

Thermoelectric plastics: from design to synthesis, processing and structure–property relationships

Thermoelectric plastics are a class of polymer-based materials that combine the ability to directly convert heat to electricity, and vice versa, with ease of processing.

Graphical abstract: Thermoelectric plastics: from design to synthesis, processing and structure–property relationships
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Tutorial Review

A practical guide to working with H2S at the interface of chemistry and biology

Current methods for modulating and measuring biological H2S, as well as practical considerations for working with H2S are provided.

Graphical abstract: A practical guide to working with H2S at the interface of chemistry and biology
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Tutorial Review

Computational materials design of crystalline solids

Recent advances in the computational techniques and procedures for the design of functional materials are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Computational materials design of crystalline solids
Open Access Tutorial Review

Man-made molecular machines: membrane bound

This tutorial review charts the development of man-made molecular machines; from solution-phase to transmembrane assemblies.

Graphical abstract: Man-made molecular machines: membrane bound
From the themed collection: 2016 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Tutorial Review

Natural product modulators of transient receptor potential (TRP) channels as potential anti-cancer agents

Natural products provide privileged scaffolds for transient receptor potential (TRP) channel engagement and a source for chemical probe and/or lead development.

Graphical abstract: Natural product modulators of transient receptor potential (TRP) channels as potential anti-cancer agents
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About this collection

We are delighted to present the 2016 Emerging Investigators issue. It showcases the high quality research of up-and-coming scientists who are internationally recognised for making outstanding contributions to their respective fields. New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

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