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Fischer's paper on the structure of sugars

Paper Celebrations!

Publication Celebrations (Where Trant Team members, and local collaborators celebrate our victories over the hordes of Reviewer #2s)


Mike Reynolds (paper) Dr. John Trant (unopened bottle), and Mana Dashti (unopened bottle of non-alcoholic alternative) Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2019, April 28, 2019. We drank Jackson-Triggs' Méthode Cuve Close (that's how they spell it...don't ask me). Traditional yeasty notes, with some good stone fruit. It was 9:00 AM. I don't have as detailed a tasting note this time...

Dr. Nazanin Taimoory (paper) Dr. John Trant (unopened bottle) Journal of Molecular Liquids, 2018, June 7, 2018 (Taken in the Trant Team office in front of the floor-to-ceiling window). We look very happy to get this one published (we are...very happy. Ask me about it sometime).

Wine: Secco (Pelee Island VQA! Local)

    Bone dry light white, a weird take on the prosecco. Extremely pleasant, golden apple, lime finish. Seriously considering moving group meetings to the afternoon if only to encourage consumption so that I don't have to drink the whole bottle.

 

 

Mr. Iraj Sadraei, Ms. Sarah Nasri (not present, Dr. Nazanin Taimoory and Ms. Rose Anne Fayoumi) Journal of Organic Chemistry2018, April 4, 2018.

Wine: Mionetto (Prosecco DOC).

      An easy drinking classic Prosecco, excellent stone fruit, fine bubbles with significant residual sugar. It was 9:00 in the morning. Most of the team opted for sparkling peach juice. I of course drank the wine.

 

Mr. Iraj Sadraei, Mr. Brent St-Onge (with paper), Prof. John Trant: "Recent Advances in the Application of Carbohydrates as Renewable Feedstocks for the Synthesis of Nitrogen-Containing Compounds" Chapter in: Green Chemical Processes, Advances in Education. DeGruyter, 2018, April 4, 2018.

Wine: Mionetto (Prosecco DOC).

      An easy drinking classic Prosecco, excellent stone fruit, fine bubbles with significant residual sugar. Same day as the above celebration! I need a haircut. But so does Brent.

Dr. S.M. Nazanin Taimoory, Mr. Dan Meister, Prof. John Trant (Bogarting both the bottle and the paper): Peptide Sci. 2018, Feb 21, 2018.

Wine: Freixenet (Spanish Cava) What can I say? It's a classic. Same bottle as the next picture. We got 2 papers in the same week! Dan and Naz do not look very excited.

       Remarkable value. Nose: light yeast, citrus. Palate: green apple, sweet lemon, excellent balance. Aromatic finish.

 


Dr. S.M. Nazanin Taimoory, Prof. John Trant: Biomacromolecules  2018, Feb 21, 2018.

Wine: Freixenet (Spanish Cava) What can I say? It's a classic. Still.

       Remarkable value. Nose: light yeast, citrus. Palate: green apple, sweet lemon, excellent balance. Aromatic finish.


Dr. S. M. Nazanin Taimoory (not shown-other commitments), Mr. Dan Meister (with accepted manuscript), Me (with bottle)!!, Dr. Kodiah Beyeh (with glass): Chem. Sci2017, December 15, 2017.  

Wine: Freixenet (Spanish Cava) What can I say? It's a classic.

       Remarkable value. Nose: light yeast, citrus. Palate: green apple, sweet lemon, excellent balance. Aromatic finish.


Dr. Kodiah Beyeh: Cryst. Growth Des. 2017, December 8, 2017.

Wine: RELAX (German sparkling).

        Easy drinking, Nose: yeast, pear, golden delicious apple. Palate: white stone fruit, off-dry, light acidity.


Dr. Kodiah Beyeh: Supramol. Chem. 2017, December 1, 2017.

Wine: Freixenet (Spanish Cava)

       Remarkable value. Nose: light yeast, citrus. Palate: green apple, sweet lemon, excellent balance. Aromatic finish.