September 12, 2018: Excited about the arrival of our newest gadget!

September 3, 2018: Just a Monday in the lab…


August 8, 2018: Welcome to Atul Sharma, who is joining us for a Semester 2 research project!

July 20, 2018: Kicking off semester 2 with group lunch at the Botanic Gardens!

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Malins Lab, July 2018 (Left to Right: Brett Schwartz, Aidan Smyth, Connor Ryan, Tristan Tyler, Lara Malins, Josh Hammond, Michael Clark)

July 16, 2018: Welcome new lab members – Brett Schwartz, Joshua Hammond and Connor Ryan!

June 25, 2018: Welcome to Aidan Smyth, who is joining us for the winter term!

June 25, 2018: A big thanks to Tian, Justine, and the rest of the Baran lab, as well as Sigma-Aldrich, for the generous gift of CITU!


May 21, 2018: Check out Lara’s News & Views article published today in Nature Chemistry! This article highlights some great work on selective tyrosine O-glycosylation carried out by the Schepartz lab and the Miller lab at Yale University!

April 18, 2018: Our latest article in Current Opinion in Chemical Biology is out! This review on peptide modifications is part of a themed issue on Synthetic biomolecules:

Peptide Modification and Cyclization via Transition-Metal Catalysis

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Mar. 3, 2018: Check out the group’s latest publication here, appearing online today in Peptide Science!

Decarboxylative coupling abstract website News

Feb. 19, 2018: Welcome to new CHEM 3060 student Michaela O’Meara!

Jan. 29, 2018: First day of Honours! Welcome to Tristan and Michael…already hard at work in the office!


Dec. 1, 2017: Wrapping up week 1 in the Malins lab!

…hard at work making peptides!

Nov. 27, 2017: Greetings to our newest lab members!

Maggie Tong – Summer Research Scholar (SRS) from the University of Sydney
Michael Clark – CHEM 3060 student @ ANU who will continue as an Honours student in semester 1, 2018
Edan Habel – CHEM 3060 student @ ANU

Nov. 22, 2017: Welcome to the Malins Lab! We are officially up and running @ the RSC!