This workshop is jointly co-organized by the National Museum of Natural History (S. Prado), the Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute (J. Collemare) and the Leibniz Universität Hannover (R. Cox). It will take place at the Leibniz Universität Hannover. Continue reading “A joint workshop on fungal secondary metabolites, 30 Sept-2 Oct 2019, Hannover, Germany”
29 avril 2019|Chemistry|Environment
Researchers at the CNRS, Ecole polytechnique and Sorbonne Université have discovered the phytotoxic nature of a natural molecule called radulanine A, therein obtained by total synthesis. In Nature,
The project IRIS FRAGRANCE incubated in the SHAKER program at the Genopole and support by the SATT Lutech aims to build a microbial chassis for industrial production of prized flavors and fragrances from the family of ionone molecules. Some of these molecules are sold as mixtures of racemic isomers. It is known that two enantiomers can have completely different scents, therefore a mixture is of compromised quality. Synthetic biology allows to produce enantiopure molecules. Continue reading “Internship to produce terpenes in microbial chassis with automation”
Natural products will be part of discussions in the group of chemical biology (Lille, Nov 2018) and that of complex molecule synthesis (Nantes, Jan 2019). Natural products are key in fundamental discoveries, method developments and applications in the chemical fields.
We invite you to register online to the 3rd International AFERP STOLON Symposium that will be held in Rennes (France) from July 18th to 20th 2018. Abstract submission for oral and poster presentation is opened until the 15th of May.
The congress will begin (18th July) by a workshop on molecular networks organized by the AFERP young researchers.