Professor Stuart Mackenzie

Oxford Chemistry Head of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory South Parks Road Oxford, UK OX1 3QZ

office: +44 (0)1865 275156 lab: +44 (0) 1865 275427 fax: +44 (0)1865 275410 email: stuart.mackenzie@chem.ox.ac.uk Departmental Web Link

ORCID:0000-0002-3166-8631

Contact me by email at the above address.

Research Group News

Oct 2016: Arise Dr Sheppard

You wait a year for a Dphil viva and then two come along within a month.... congratulations to Dean Sheppard on success in his DPhil viva. The examiners, Profs Andrew Orr-Ewing (Bristol) and Nick Green were impressed by Dean's development of novel optical-cavity techniques for the measurement of magnetic field effects in proteins.Dean takes up a number of stipendiary lectureships teaching physchem for Trinity and Magdalen College.

Oct 2016: New starters in the Mackenzie lab

The Mackenzie group wecomes four new members: Alice Green joins us for a DPhil from St Andrew's and Dan Price (Oriel), Ben Atkinson (Magdalen) and Malcolm Kittle (Oriel) join as Part II students

Sept 2016: Congratulations Dr Cooper

Congratulations to Graham Cooper on success in his DPhil viva. Graham leaves us for a postdoc position at Newcastle with Dr Nick Walker. Good luck!

Sept 2016: Flavin Ascorbic Acic MFE study published in JCP

More congratulations to Emrys and Daniel as their Flavin / Ascorbic Acid MFE study is published in JCP .

Jun 2016: Congratulations Part IIs!

A fantastic result for Mackenzie group Part IIs, Rhiannon Main (SEH) and Ed Barnard (SHU) both of whom gained 1st class Part II results in July!

Mar 2016: Chemical amplification of MFEs published in Nature Chem

Congratulations to Emrys and Daniel and the wider CRT / PJH/ SRM MFE collaboration on the Nature Chemistry article describing chemical amplification of magnetic field effects.

Sept 2015: Graham et al.'s Ar-RG VMI paper published in JCP

Congratulations to all involved with the silver atom - rare gas VMI paper which has been published in J. Chem. Phys. which significantly improves the known dissociation energies for Ag-RG (RG = Ar, Kr, Xe) and for AgO

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Current SRM Group

Current members of the Mackenzie group