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Themed collection ChemComm Interviews

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Interview with Tony James

2014 is the 50th anniversary of both ChemComm and Tony James. Here, Tony discusses the importance of networking and collaboration in research.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Tony James
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Jackie Ying

Jackie Ying hopes to inspire young people to pursue careers in scientific research. She shares her advice for emerging scientists and secrets to success in scientific publishing with ChemComm.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Jackie Ying
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Martina Stenzel

Martina Stenzel tells ChemComm about her move from pure to applied polymer chemistry and explains the importance of childlike enthusiasm in a research career.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Martina Stenzel
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Tomoki Ogoshi

The 2013 Cram Lehn Pederson prize winner Tomoki Ogoshi reflects on his research career to date and his secrets to success in scientific publishing.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Tomoki Ogoshi
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Interview with Robin Perutz

There is no more pressing issue than using the solar energy to make fuels, says Robin Perutz. He discusses the importance of collaboration and fundamental research in overcoming challenges in science.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Robin Perutz
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Cameron Jones

Cameron Jones published the first paper of his independent academic career in ChemComm. Here he shares his views on the secrets to success in research and scientific publishing.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Cameron Jones
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Interview with Herbert W. Roesky

Herbert W. Roesky published his first paper in ChemComm in 1969. He reflects on his love of fluorine chemistry and the evolution of his research over the decades since.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Herbert W. Roesky
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Chris Moody

From his base in a sun drenched Nottingham Chris Moody took time away from his e-mail to gives us his views on the future of Organic Chemistry and the secret to success in scientific publishing.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Chris Moody
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Shunichi Fukuzumi

“Rashomon stories”, artistic explosions, and hydrogen peroxide fuel cells. Shunichi Fukuzumi reflects on his academic career and Japanese culture.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Shunichi Fukuzumi
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Avelino Corma

Avelino Corma’s first ChemComm showed him what was possible. He tells ChemComm how his research has evolved and why he is passionate about research.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Avelino Corma
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Maurizio Prato

Being a scientist is a way of life for Maurizio Prato. He reveals his love of the sea and the past, present and future of his research.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Maurizio Prato
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Steve Davies

Colleagues, students, zebra fish, fruit flies, worms and bankers—Steve Davies is happy to work with them all for the good of chemistry. He reveals why he is a very lucky man.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Steve Davies
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Gautam Desiraju

Gautam Desiraju has published more than 50 articles in ChemComm. The secret to his success? To have fun.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Gautam Desiraju
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Interview with Dominic Wright

Inorganic chemistry is no longer the poor relative of organic chemistry, says Dominic Wright. He discusses how he is hoping to influence the direction of modern chemistry at the cutting edge.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Dominic Wright
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Ed Constable

Ed Constable’s first ChemComm sparked his love affair with heterocyclic chemistry. He tells ChemComm how his research has evolved and why his beloved ruthenium is probably not the future.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Ed Constable
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Amar Flood

The 2011 Cram Lehn Pedersen prize winner Amar Flood takes some time out to talk about his research.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Amar Flood
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Jeremy Sanders

A magical first paper sealed Jeremy Sanders' fate as an academic. He describes how his research career has lurched from one happy accident to another.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Jeremy Sanders
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with David Parker

Times have changed since David Parker wrote his first ChemComm on a typewriter. He discusses his research path, chemical prostitution and targeted devastation.

Graphical abstract: Interview with David Parker
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Robert Mulvey

Publishing his first papers in ChemComm felt like winning the Champions League to Robert Mulvey. This football fan describes why he is also fanatical about chemistry and publishing.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Robert Mulvey
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Interview with Yoshinori Yamamoto

Professor Yoshinori Yamamoto published his first ChemComm article in 1969. He describes how that paper triggered a lifelong passion for research and explains why ChemComm is still a great choice for his publications.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Yoshinori Yamamoto
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Paul Beer

Paul Beer has published more than 60 ChemComm articles since his first in 1980. He describes why ‘crazy’ ideas are the most enjoyable part of his job.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Paul Beer
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Chi-Ming Che

Professor Chi-Ming Che has published more than 100 articles in ChemComm. He explains how his research has evolved over the years thanks to freedom and innovation.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Chi-Ming Che
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Alexander Blake

Professor Alexander Blake has published more than 100 articles in ChemComm. He tells Joanne Thomson how his research has evolved since publishing his first ChemComm.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Alexander Blake
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Colin Raston

Professor Colin Raston has published more than 100 articles in ChemComm. He took time out from his research to talk to Joanne Thomson.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Colin Raston
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Seiji Shinkai

Professor Seiji Shinkai has published more than 100 articles in ChemComm. Joanne Thomson finds out about his research and what ChemComm means to him.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Seiji Shinkai
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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Interview with Paul Raithby

Professor Paul Raithby has published more than 100 articles in ChemComm. He tells Joanne Thomson how his research has evolved into ‘making molecular movies’.

Graphical abstract: Interview with Paul Raithby
From the themed collection: ChemComm Interviews
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About this collection

In this collection of ChemComm profile articles, we highlight some of our most prominent authors. We feature a range of interviews; from emerging investigators to our most prolific authors, as well as the authors of our most read and highly cited articles. Interviews will be added to this page as they are published, so please do come back and take a look again!

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