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premio dctc sci 2020The "Theoretical and Computational Chemistry" Section of the Italian Chemical Society awarded the prize for the best research work in 2020 to a paper coauthored by Jacopo Fregoni, graduate student of UniMoRe, Stefano Corni, professor at the Padua University, and two members of our Department: J. Fregoni, G. Granucci, M. Persico, S. Corni, "Strong Coupling with Light Enhances the Photoisomerization Quantum Yield of Azobenzene", CHEM vol. 6, pp. 250–265 (2020). The research concerns the photochemistry occurring in nanocavities hosting intense plasmonic fields.

progetto starStAr project - Development of Storage and assessment methods suited for organic Archaeological artefacts - within the framework of Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (JPI-CH, http://jpi-ch.eu/) Conservation, Protection And Use started on the October 1st 2020. The Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry (Erika Ribechini, Jeannette J. Lucejko and Francesca Modugno) of the University of Pisa is partner of the project along with ARC-Nucléart of Grenoble (France) – link: http://www.arc-nucleart.fr/, Museum of Cultural History of the University of Oslo (Norway) – link: https://www.uio.no/english/ and the Archaeological Museum of Biskupin (Poland) – link: http://biskupin.pl/.

nonreciprocal cpe thin filmEmergent Nonreciprocal Circularly Polarized Emission (CPE) from an Organic Thin Film.
Controlling circularly polarized emission is key for both fundamental understanding and applications in the field of chiral photonics and electronics. The research group of Lorenzo Di Bari, Gennaro Pescitelli and Francesco Zinna described a completely new way to achieve this goal: a luminescent thin film, made from a chiral conjugated dye able to self‐assemble into ordered structures, emits highly circularly polarized light with opposite handedness from its two opposite faces.
The full paper with open access is available at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adma.202002575

metallo therapeuticsMetallo therapeutics for COVID-19.
Exploiting metal-based compounds for the discovery of new antiviral drugs.
The medicinal inorganic chemistry community may offer a valuable contribution against COVID-19. With this new paper by Damiano Cirri, Alessandro Pratesi, Tiziano Marzo and Luigi Messori, recently published on Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, the authors shed light on the unexplored therapeutic potential of metallodrugs as effective anti-COVID agents.
Free eprints are available at the following link:
https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/WURHKZEMEYRMYNBYIBTF/full?target=10.1080/17460441.2020.1819236

 

nottoli pccpUn articolo di Michele Nottoli, dottorando del nostro dipartimento e primo autore della pubblicazione, è stato selezionato dagli editori della rivista "Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics" come "PCCP Hot Article 2020" e reso accessibile a tutti gratuitamente fino al 30 Novembre 2020.
L'articolo è scaricabile al seguente indirizzo: https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2020/cp/d0cp03688a#!divAbstract

 

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