We make, analyze and discover catalysts.
Welcome to our homepage. We investigate challenging inorganic and
organometallic catalytic systems using powerful characterization
tools and methodologies of our own devising. From here, you can
find information on all aspects of the group's activities:
- The research
pages give more information on what we do ("mass
spectrometry-led mechanistic elucidation" is the short answer).
- Find more out about the people
in the group, including PI Dr J. Scott McIndoe.
- Contact the group,
by mail, phone, fax or email.
- We mostly - but don't just - do science. Keep up with us on
Twitter @mcindoe or
- Interested in joining our team? Check out the opportunities
- Positions available for highly motivated graduate
Scott for details.
- UVic undergraduate student?
Thinking of doing Chemistry
298, 399, or 499?
Undergraduate researchers have had great success in the group
- please contact Scott for details
of potential projects.
- Have a look around our lab.
We have tons of awesome equipment!
- In addition to two mass spectrometers, we
have two gloveboxes, a flow IR, flow UV/Vis, 60 MHz benchtop NMR, and a CR-10 3D printer.
- Use our links
page to find web resources relevant to our research
- Scott's teaching
and associated resources
- For group members: SAFETY
| meeting schedule | instrumental
troubleshooting | maintenance
duties | YouTube SOPS for training
Group photo, May 2021.
Gilian, Ian, Tanner, Scott, Veronica, Charlie, Sofia. Absent: Serena, Yvan, Sara.
Shot taken by drone in UVic's quad. Our lab is in the building just left of centre in the final frame.
© JS McIndoe, Department
of Chemistry, University of
Victoria · Updated
1 June, 2021