European Journal of Organic Chemistry: Special Issue dedicated to 50 Years of Rotaxanes
50 years ago, Gottfried Schill and Hubertus Zollenkopf reported the synthesis of a macrocyclic ring threaded onto a linear aromatic moiety capped by bulky end groups, which they named for the first time as rotaxanes. This special issue guest-edited by Jean-Pierre Sauvagehonors this important milestone in supramolecular chemistry, which was published in Liebigs Annalen, one of the key founding journals of EurJOC. With contributions from Jean‐François Nierengarten, Nicholas H. Evans, Maurizio Prato, Shinichi Saito, Nicolas Giuseppone and many more.
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2019 EurJIC–Wöhler Young Investigator Prize for Dr. Crispin Lichtenberg
We are pleased to announce Dr. Crispin Lichtenberg as the winner of the 2019 EurJIC–Wöhler Young Investigator Prize for his highly innovative publication “Double CH Activation of a Masked Cationic Bismuth Amide” (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57, 3825–3829; Angew. Chem. 2018, 130, 3887–3891). He is currently research group leader at the Inorganic Chemistry Institute of the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Würzburg, Germany. The award lecture will be presented at the GDCh-Wissenschaftsforum Chemie 2019 (Aachen September 15–18, 2019).
Special Issue of ChemPlusChem on Novel Aromatics
This issue is packed with top contributions on the synthesis and properties of aromatic compounds and is organised in collaboration with the ISNA-18 conference that will be held in Sapporo, Japan, in July 2019. It features an Editorial by Guest Editors Aiko Fukazawa (Kyoto University), Shinji Toyota (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Rik Tykwinski (University of Alberta), and Wallace Wong (University of Melbourne). The cover feature highlights work by Hiroshi Shinokubo et al. on regioselective oxidative ring cleavage reactions of nickel(II) norcorroles. The inside cover features work by Yasujiro Murata that was highlighted in an interview on ChemistryViews.org. Enjoy free access until August 2019.
David Spichiger, SCS