The Sceptical Chymist | The 5th Molecular Sensors and Molecular Logic Gates Meeting

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Editor’s note: this is a guest post on behalf of Prof. Tony James.


We are very excited about the upcoming 5th Molecular Sensors and Molecular Logic Gates (MSMLG) meeting in Bath from July 24th to 28th 2016. The MSMLG Award Lecture will be delivered by inspirational scientist and good friend Eric V. Anslyn. With great ‘Sense and Sensibility’ Eric was the unanimous choice of the Molecular Sensor and Logic Community for the 2016 MSMLG award.

We are delighted that the meeting includes a special conceptual lecture by Sir J. Fraser Stoddart (Sponsored by Chem from Cell Press) a founder of logic in chemistry and inspiration to many of the researchers at the meeting. We will then be treated to an Irish adventure by AP de Silva (Nature Chemistry Lecture) who will shed light and amuse us with his many important research stories based on his Sri Lankan origins a touch of serendipity and driven by friendship.

The meeting will be a true ’round table’ of exciting and delightful research by an unparalleled line-up of scientists from the molecular sensing and logic community. Held at the University of Bath during its 50th Anniversary in the delightful World Heritage City off Bath. For those wishing to attend the meeting registration will remain open till the 18th July 2016. For more information contact Tony James and Dan Pantos (,

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