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A recent paper, published by the Potter group in the latest issue of Med Chem Comm, has been selected for the front cover image. The paper on a novel inositol pyrophosphate, titled "A synthetic diphosphoinositol phosphate analogue of inositol trisphosphate", was produced in collaboration with colleagues at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm and the University of Cambridge. Full details and a copy of the paper here

In addition, Professor Potter has also been confirmed as the winner of the Tu Youyou Award for 2018, presented in honour of the co-recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. Professor Potter is recognised "for his outstanding contributions to medicinal chemistry and chemical biology through research with a strong relationship to natural products chemistry, but also for his academic excellence, leadership and entrepreneurship across a wide spectrum of activities related to chemistry, biology and medicine".

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