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Institut Lavoisier de Versailles

22 Projects, page 1 of 5
  • Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-20-CE07-0008
    Funder Contribution: 195,156 EUR
    Partners: Institut Lavoisier de Versailles

    Unlike most methodologies of organic synthesis, remote functionalization allows for a selective reaction to proceed at a distal and less reactive position of an organic molecule. This is a very powerful concept, which would in principle provide solutions to almost every...

  • Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-12-JS08-0008
    Funder Contribution: 156,208 EUR
    Partners: Institut Lavoisier de Versailles

    Porous MOFs have exceptional properties in gas storage, catalysis, drug delivery... Fluorinated MOFs seem even more promising for specific applications. The central bottleneck for the improvement of their properties is the understanding of their formation. Though this b...

  • Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-19-CE08-0023
    Funder Contribution: 213,423 EUR
    Partners: Institut Lavoisier de Versailles

    The EMERGE project aims to design multifunctional materials through the assembly of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and biological entities (enzyme and bacteria). The objective is to develop a novel type of MOF-based bio-immobilization matrices where the MOF will not on...

  • Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-20-CE09-0001
    Funder Contribution: 242,892 EUR
    Partners: Institut Lavoisier de Versailles

    Cancer and bacterial infections are two of the main healthcare challenges humanity has to face nowadays. The side effects and limited efficiency of traditional cancer treatments as well as the development of multi resistant bacteria make it urgent to develop new strateg...

  • Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-18-CE07-0039
    Funder Contribution: 358,830 EUR
    Partners: Institut de chimie et biochimie moléculaires et supramoléculaires, Institut Lavoisier de Versailles

    To answer to the growing interests for new molecules in various applications fields (life science, materials), the development of innovative functional groups is more and more required. Selenium and fluorine have been identified as atoms playing a central role in the mo...