Our paper on « An Approach toward the Synthesis of the Spiroimine Fragment of 13-Desmethylspirolide C and Gymnodimine A » has been accepted as a full paper in Chem. Eur. J. Congratulations to Alexandre !!
Our paper on « Dehydrogenative Silylation of Alcohols under Pd-nanoparticles Catalysis » has been accepted for publication in Chem. Eur. J. Congratulations to Suman, Virginie and Anthony and thank you to the Pucheault team for their collaboration.
Our research published recently in Macromolecules about the synthesis of poly(arylene-Vinylene) using the Ramberg-Bäcklund reaction has been selected by the Editorial Board of SYNFACTS for its important insights.
Claire and Suman presented in our institute an experiment to scholars at the « Fête de la Science 2018 »
Mr. Ikechukwu Martin OGBU from the Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Nigeria has joined our group for a PhD. Welcome Martin !!
During the « Nuit Européenne des chercheurs », on September 28th 2018 at Cap-Sciences Bordeaux, our team has shown to the public, the experiment Louis pasteur did in 1848 on the separation of crystals of ammonium and sodium tartrates. Thank you to Iman, Jonathan and Suman for their dedication during this event.
Our paper on Visible-light Photocatalyzed Oxidative Decarboxylation of Oxamic Acids. A Green Route to Urethanes and Ureas has been accepted for publication in ChemComm. Congratulations to Govind !
Our paper on the Poly(arylene vinylene) Synthesis via a Precursor Step-Growth Polymerization Route Involving the Ramberg-Backlünd Reaction as a Key Post-Chemical Modification Step is accepted in Macromolecules – congratulations to Aravindu !
After several months of very hard work to determine the reaction mechanism, our paper on the Eosin-mediated alkylsulfonyl-cyanation of Olefins is accepted in Organic Letters – congratulations to Vincent and Gülbin ! Many thanks to Dario Bassani for decisive experiments.
YL gave a lecture on « Free-Radical Processes. From Natural Product to Polymer Synthesis » at the « 1st Journée Scientifique of LIMA » (Laboratoire d’innovation moléculaire et applications – UMR 7042) on June 25th in Mulhouse. The LIMA is a Unistra/UHA/CNRS laboratory located on two sites, one in Strasbourg and the other in Mulhouse.