Getting 1200 tennis players and support staff to Victoria is no issue, but PhD students who would contribute to Australian R&D and the education sector for years are locked out of the country. Australia seems to know its priorities.
We start 2021 with a timely and topical review on self-reporting soft matter materials in a wide range of applications in @angew_chem https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ange.202012592 Excellent work, Christina, and great collaboration with @HatisMutlu from our KIT node @QUT @QUTmaterials @KITKarlsruhe
A new red-light induced ligation method for polymer and hydrogel design just out https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsmacrolett.0c00767 Excellent work with @VinhXTruong @QUT @QUTmaterials @arc_gov_au Wishing you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year 2021! @VinhXTruong and @BarnerKowollik out.
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