Working with the next generation of research scientists, supported by our academic and industrial background, we tackle current problems in chemistry faced by academia and industry.

Organocatalysis

Small organic molecules can be used to activate substrates and enable novel synthetic transformations. We aim at devising new transformations and activations, designing more active catalytic systems, and modes of recycling and recovering catalysts.

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Small organic molecules can be used to activate substrates and enable novel synthetic transformations. We aim at devising new transformations and activations, designing more active catalytic systems, and modes of recycling and recovering catalysts.

Exploiting light to enable complementary reactivity to polar chemistry, we investigate new systems and reactivities.

Combining the power of metal catalysis, photocatalysis and organocatalysis, we wish to access new reaction pathways that are, otherwise, impossible or difficult to achieve.

Building on our previous experience in pharma and the knowledge of mechanisms in private companies, we support industry and applied research with the flexibility and dynamic approach provided by academia.

We believe that scientists need to play an active role in modern society, even outside of the lab.

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