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Welcome to the homepage of the Morris Research Group at the University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. Under the supervision of Robert (Bob) Morris, the group conducts world-class inorganic chemistry research involving metal hydrides, homogeneous catalysis, catalytic mechanisms, and more.

For more information on our group and its research, please follow the links at the top of the page.

The Morris Group - October 2017

Top, L to R: Kai, Chris, Matt, Brian, Karl, Max, Nina
Bottom, L to R: Molly, Sam, Bob, Bennie, Jenny

Latest News

October 2017 - The Morris group welcomes Jenny Linde, visiting PhD student from WWU Münster (Prof. F. Ekkehardt Hahn) as part of the IRTG 2027 Exchange Program.

September 2017 - The Morris group welcomes new graduate student Benjamin Rennie and undergraduate students Max Olson and Nina-Francesca Farac!

July 2017 - Farewell to our visiting student Tristan!

June 2017 - Cheers to Samantha for being selected as an attendee for the ACS Green Chemistry Institute's Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference. Read more about her passion for green chemistry here!

May 2017 - Congratulations to Kai for receving a poster prize in the CSC 2017 Inorganic Division. Great work!

March 2017 - The Morris group welcomes all potential graduate students to the University of Toronto. Drop by our poster to say hi during the Graduate Student Weekend on March 4th, 2017!

February 2017 - Farewell to our visiting student Anne!

January 2017 - The Morris group welcomes Tristan Tan, visiting PhD student from WWU Münster (Prof. F. Ekkehardt Hahn) as part of the IRTG 2027 Exchange Program.

November 2016 - A Morris group paper was one of the five most viewed papers in Organometallics over the past five years (Article Accessed 13278 times): Iron Catalysts Containing Amine(imine)diphosphine P-NH-N-P Ligands Catalyze both the Asymmetric Hydrogenation and Asymmetric Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketones

October 2016 - Farewell to our visiting student Jan!

September 2016 - "It works in water!" - Check out Karl's latest work using water as the solvent for catalysis - a big step towards green chemistry! 10.1039/C6RA22538A

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