Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

Jun-Prof. Dr. Anna McConnell (Organic Chemistry)

Anna Mc ConnellControllable "molecular cages"
Early Career Award (€5,000), Micro Proposal (€2,000)

Molecules can self-assemble into more complex structures and act like molecular containers for binding "guest molecules" like pharmaceutical drugs or pollutants. McConnell is investigating how these "cages" self-assemble and how to open them through external stimuli such as light or temperature. In this way, they could be used for example for the targeted release of medicinal substances. The chemist aims to develop molecular cages with tailored properties for different stimuli and applications.
amcconnell@oc.uni-kiel.de

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