Open registrations to Applied Natural Products, 11th-13th June 2018 (Palaiseau, France), co-organized by i-NPChem

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This international symposium is jointly organized by Ecole Polytechnique, ICSN, the University Paris Saclay and GDRI i-NPChem. It will be held at Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau.

On this occasion, we intend to gather academic and industrial actors involved in the field of natural product chemistry: biosynthesis, total synthesis, metabolomics, isolation and analysis, medicinal chemistry and chemical biology. Link to the list of speakers.

Posters and oral communication will welcome.

Important dates

Deadline for abstract submission: 20th May 2018
Registration deadline: 15th May 2018
Symposium kick off: 11th June 2018 at 1:30 pm
Symposium end: 13th June 2018 at 4 pm


An i-NPChem member at RECOB 17

Prof. Erwan Poupon, partner of i-NPChem, will give a lecture at the biological organic chemistry meeting RECOB 17 at Aussois, 18th-22nd March 2018:

“Du simple au complexe en chimie des substances naturelles : construction bio-inspirée d’architectures moléculaires tridimensionnelles”


Cytotoxic Prenylated Stilbenes from Macaranga tanarius, from GDRI members partnership

Recent paper from a GDRI members partnership in WP2:

Cytotoxic Prenylated Stilbenes Isolated from Macaranga tanarius
Tiphaine Péresse, Gwenaëlle Jézéquel, Pierre-Marie Allard, Van-Cuong Pham, Doan T. M. Huong, Florent Blanchard, Jérôme Bignon, Hélène Lévaique, Jean-Luc Wolfender, Marc Litaudon, and Fanny Roussi Continue reading “Cytotoxic Prenylated Stilbenes from Macaranga tanarius, from GDRI members partnership”

i-NPChem supports research exchanges in natural product sciences

GDRI i-NPChem supports research exchanges in natural product sciences in one of partner countries. Send any application to us, with a one-page program of the work intended to be done. The applicant must either be located in France to go to a partner country, or come in France from a partner country. The exchange should happen before the end of this year.

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