Correspondence on "How Aromatic Are Molecular Nanorings? The Case of a Six-Porphyrin Nanoring"

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
David Bradley
David Bradley
PhD Student (2020-2023)

David received his undergraduate BSc degree from Northumbria University in 2016, before working in industry as an analytical chemist until 2018. He then started a 1-year research project in October 2018 at Durham University under the supervision of Dr James Walton, investigating aromatic transformations catalysed by η6-coordination to ruthenium. David joined the Peeks group in February 2020 and his research will focus on antiaromatic materials and their applications.