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To make the Right Molecule in the Right Place at the Right Time. We're trying to work out what this means.
To make the Right Molecule in the Right Place at the Right Time. We're trying to work out what this means.
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We are at the [http://www.chem.usyd.edu.au/ School of Chemistry] at The University of Sydney. We also have [http://groups.chem.usyd.edu.au/todd/index.html another website] there.
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Check out the latest on the [http://opensourcemalaria.org/# '''Open Source Malaria project'''].
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'''Current openings:''' As of Feb 15th 2011, there is a postdoc available in asymmetric catalysis and a PhD position available in medicinal chemistry. Interested students can email Mat directly.
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or the [http://115.146.85.229/ '''Open Source Catalysis Project'''].
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If you're looking for some of our published '''open science''' work, try [http://www.plosntds.org/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pntd.0001260 this paper] that was the first one we published using a completely open science research mechanism. The way we carried out the project is described in [http://www.nature.com/nchem/journal/v3/n10/full/nchem.1149.html this paper] that describes how open science is a "research accelerator".
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Mat Todd's group is at the [http://www.chem.usyd.edu.au/ School of Chemistry] at The University of Sydney. The other kinds of (closed) research we do can be seen by browsing through our papers (link above).

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To make the Right Molecule in the Right Place at the Right Time. We're trying to work out what this means.

Check out the latest on the Open Source Malaria project.

or the Open Source Catalysis Project.

If you're looking for some of our published open science work, try this paper that was the first one we published using a completely open science research mechanism. The way we carried out the project is described in this paper that describes how open science is a "research accelerator".

Mat Todd's group is at the School of Chemistry at The University of Sydney. The other kinds of (closed) research we do can be seen by browsing through our papers (link above).

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