OPENING: Maître d'enseignement et de recherche in Organic Chemistry

The Department of Organic Chemistry of the University of Geneva enjoys international recognition for a tradition of excellence in research and teaching. According to relevant statistics, it ranks among the very best in Switzerland.

The research activities in the Department focus on the key expertise of the organic chemist, that is the ability to transform matter and to create and study new molecules and supramolecular architectures with relevance in biological, pharmaceutical, medicinal or materials sciences. Unifying “hard” science with “artistic” creativity in a unique manner, this distinguishing ability is and will always be needed to maintain our quality of life (more than one third of Swiss exports), to tackle the challenges facing our society with regard to energy (e.g., solar energy conversion), environment (e.g., green processing) and public health (e.g., drug resistance), and to realize scientific key discoveries.

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Next Conferences

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Sep. 23 - Professeur Michel Milinkovitch
Laboratory of Artificial & Natural Evolution (LANE), Dept of Genetics & Evolution, University of Geneva & Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB)

Patterning the vertebrate skin through mechanical and Turing instabilities
(ScG conference) • 17:30 • lecture theatre A100 info
 

Sep. 26 - Prof. Ali Coskun
University of Fribourg, Department of Chemistry, Fribourg

Supramolecular Polymers for High Capacity Electrodes in Li-Ion Batteries
16:30 • lecture theatre A100 info
 

 

Latest Publications

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  1. A Chalcogen-Bonding Cascade Switch for Planarizable Push-Pull Probes
    Macchione, M.; Goujon, A.; Strakova, K.; Humeniuk, H. V.; Licari, G.; Tajkhorshid, E.; Sakai, N.; Matile, S.
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., in press
  1. Everything you wanted to know about phase and reference frequency in one- and two-dimensional NMR Spectroscopy
    Sheberstov, K. F.; Guardiola Sistare, E.; Jeannerat, D.
    Magn. Reson. Chem., in press
  1. Luciferase-Induced Photouncaging: Bioluminolysis
    Chang, D.; Lindberg, E.; Feng, S.; Angerani, S.; Riezman, H.; Winssinger, N.
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., in press