Future Leader Award 4th July 2016
    Congratulations to Wilian, selected as a Future Leader in Chemistry by SciFinder (ACS). In August 2016, he will join a select group of international Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers in Columbus (USA) to help shape the future of research information.

    New publications 4th October 2015
    Congratulations to group members Kelvin and Wilian, whose work will appear in a Featured Article in Journal of Organic Chemistry and as a Highly Important paper in Chemistry: a European Journal.

    Outstanding Junior Faculty Award 28th August 2015
    Prof. Paton received the OpenEye Outsanding Junior Faculty Award from the American Chemical Society COMP division at the Fall 2015 meeting in Boston.

    Conference Scholarship 28th August 2015
    Wilian recieves a scholarship from the German Chemical Society to present his work at the 10th European Conference on Computational Chemistry in Fulda. Congratulations!

    Angewandte News 28th June 2015
    A profile of Prof. Paton appears in a selection of awardees of Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes and Awards in an Angewandte News article.

    Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prize for 2015 5th May 2015
    The Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prizes are awarded annually for the most meritorious and promising original investigations in chemistry. Prof. Paton has been awarded for his 'pioneering work in using computation to understand reactivity and selectivity in organic and bio-organic chemistry'.

    Poster Prize 19th Feb 2015
    Wilian receives a poster prize at the National Service for Computational Chemistry Software (NSCCS) meeting at Imperial College. Congatulations!

    New publications for graduate students 9th Feb 2015
    Publications from graduate students Wilian, Kelvin and Rob have recently appeared in ACS Chemical Biology, Nature Chemistry, Angewandte Chemie and Synlett. Congatulations!

    MGMS Silver Jubilee Prize 2014 3rd July 2014
    Prof. Paton receives the annual award from the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society, given to outstanding young researchers in the field.