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Academic year 2009 - 2010

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16/08/2009 Frontiers in Mass Spectrometry

23/08/2009 Functional Biosupramolecular Systems

30/08/2009 Chemistry for a Sustainable World

07/09/2009 Dr Philip Kraft   Fragrance Chemistry ... from Synthesis to Sensation

23/10/2009 Profs Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Yves Ellinger, Narcis Avarvari   Minisymposium Michel Geoffroy

02/11/2009 Prof. Robin J.H. Clark   Scientific Examination of Pigments in Art and Archaeology: Art meets Science

12/11/2009 Prof. Gordon Tiddy   Product Formulation with Surfactants: Liquid Crystals, Soft Soap and a Piece of Cake.

18/11/2009 Prof. J. Lacour, Prof. E. Vauthey, D. Lovy, Dr D. Perret   Le Tableau Périodique, avant et après la révolution quantique

30/11/2009 Dr Martin Karpf   Bird Flu, Swine Flu: En Route to Tamiflu™

02/12/2009 Prof. Koen Binnemans   Ionic liquids: solvents of the future

04/12/2009 Dr René Sigrist   Les multiples facettes de la chimie à Genève à l'époque de Senebier, 1770-1810

15/12/2009 Prof. Robert H. Crabtree   Towards solar energy conversion via water splitting: Novel linkers and photocatalysts for solar cells

16/12/2009 Prof. Robert H. Crabtree   Selectivity without protecting groups and reactivity without activating groups for greener organic transformations

07/01/2010 Dr Ger J.M. Koper   Quantitative Interpretation of Isothermal Calorimetry (ITC) Data on Self-Assembling Systems

25/01/2010 Prof. Leonardo Scapozza   Moving Proteins Interacting With Small Molecular Weight Organic Molecules: Challenges and Opportunities for Medicinal Chemistry

04/02/2010 M. Ionel Valentin POPA   "Surface Interactions Induced by Polyelectrolytes, Dendrimers, and Dendronized Polymers".

10/02/2010 Dr Sylvain LOUBERY   Trying to understand asymmetric endosome motion during asymmetric cell division

23/02/2010 Prof. Yann Garcia   Spin crossover coordination polymers : from isolated molecules to functional assemblies

01/03/2010 Prof. Eric Davaud   Les climats et les variations du niveau marin du passé: Quelles leçons pour l'avenir ?

29/03/2010 Prof. Gisou van der Goot   Anthrax Toxin Receptors: Roles in Infectious and Genetic Diseases

07/04/2010 Dr Marco Lattuada   Nanoparticle Self-Assembly: Opportunities and Challenges

14/04/2010 Prof. Claude Piguet, Prof. Jean Gruenberg   Tête-à-Têtes de sciences moléculaires

19/04/2010 Remise des Prix aux lauréat-e-s de la Section

21/04/2010 Prof. Hervé This et autres intervenant-e-s   Sciences : Au défi de passionner les jeunes

27/04/2010 Dr Darya Radziuk   Ultrasonic Activation of Nanocatalysts and Formation of Binary Nanoparticles

Prof. Roger Tsien, Prix Nobel de chimie 2008   Breeding and building molecules to spy on cells and tumors

29/04/2010 Dr Akshata Rao   Analytical relations between particles and tip trajectory in AFM nanomanipulation

21/05/2010 Prof. Chris Orvig   Inorganic chemistry in medicine

14/06/2010 Prof. Thomas Rauchfuss   Learning from nature: synthetic models for hydrogenase enzymes

02/07/2010 Alexandra SPYRATOU   Self-Assembly of Polynuclear Complexes

10/07/2010 La Section de chimie et biochimie à la Nuit de la Science 2010

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