Our aim is to develop novel dynamic functional metal complexes and responsive supramolecules by taking advantage of dynamic feature of metal ions and finely designed organic frameworks. For details, please visit the RESEARCH pages with animations representing the research concepts and findings. Research activities in our group are supported by the following funds.
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology Grant-in-Aid
|Kanazawa University Nano Life Science Institute (WPI-NonoLSI)|
Our group welcomes graduate students from all over the world who are interested in researches on supramolecular and coordination chemistry. If you wish to join our group, please contact Prof. Akine.
NEWS / EVENTS
Mr. Koizumi joined our group as a PhD student.
The 30th Symposium on Physical Organic Chemistry, Osaka. Our group presented 3 papers. Mr. Kanamori (M1) won the Poster Award.
Prof. Akine won the Award for Creative Work by Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry. The award lecture was delivered in the 69th Conference of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry in Nagoya.
The 69th Conference of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry, Nagoya. Our group presented 3 papers.
Lab trip to Noto, Ishikawa.
The 3rd NanoLSI International Symposium, organized by Prof. Akine and Prof. MacLachlan, was held in Vancouver, Canada.
Prof. Akine gave a lecture in Ihikawa Prefectural Hakui High School.
Chirality 2019 (Bordeaux, France). Our group presented one paper.
Prof. Akine visited Osaka City University and gave lectures for graduate students.
Symposium on Molecular Chirality (Kanazawa) Our group presented 2 papers. Mr. Takahashi (M1) won the Poster Award.
Prof. Osakada (Tokyo Tech) visited our group and gave a lecture.
17th Symposium on Host-Guest and Supramolecular Chemistry (Kanazawa; Organized by Prof. Akine)
Our group presented 8 papers. Mr. Kanamori (M1) won the Best Poster Award (RSC Chemical Science Award).
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