In its annual activity report the CNRS has chosen to highlight the work done by the Molecular Material Chemistry (CMM) team. This work was centered on the selective opening/closing of a molecular flower.
Read the paper by Nierengarten et al. on dinuclear copper(I) complexes with 1,10-phenanthroline ligands @nierengarten6, @unistra, @LIMA_UMR7042, @LCC_CNRS and @INC_CNRS https://t.co/BRhXnzONjn
Our article on multivalent tight-binding mannosidase inhibitors has just been accepted for publication @OrgBiomolChem! Congrats to @FabienStauffert, Maëva and Anne!
Why Cu for #copper? Nierengarten @nierengarten6 and Pérez @PedroJPerez65 tell us about #Cu in https://t.co/7DvknqOetf and https://t.co/QVu4ltJhO2. Let´s start the week with Copper Girl by #3ColoursRed in our #IYPT2019 playlist https://t.co/ScksYXxhiJ! #ChemEurJRocks!
@DonnardMorgan on stage at French-Japanese symposium on fine and medicinal chemistry #FJS219 in Fukuoka.