We are seeking a three-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate to work on asymmetric hydrogenation. The project is funded by Innovate UK under the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme, involving extensive research work in Liverpool ChiroChem Limited (LCC). Based in Liverpool, you will have a PhD in chemistry or medicinal chemistry with high-level research skills in homogeneous catalysis, preferentially in asymmetric hydrogenation, and an excellent background in organic and/or organometallic chemistry. You will synthesise and optimise chiral metal complexes and exploit the catalysts for asymmetric hydrogenation of N-heterocycles. We particularly seek individuals who are keen in working with both industry and academia and have excellent communication skills to work both independently and within a team. The post is available until 30 September 2021
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