Serge Akoka, professor at CEISAM, publishes a book on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).

“An introduction to NMR” is intended for scientific students (bachelor or master, Chemistry and Biology in particular), but also for medical and pharmacy students as well as non-specialist researchers. The content includes a phenomenological approach to the principles and various applications of NMR. The book includes many illustrations and analogies; the equations are there but...

Analytics 2022 : a very successul conference

The Analytics 2022 conference took place in Nantes in September. Several CEISAM members have actively participated in its organization and its success, as members of the Organizing Committee, volunteers or speakers. The congress, co-organized by the Francophone Network of Metabolomics and Fluxomics, the French Society of Proteomics, the French Society of Mass Spectrometry and the...

Combining Compact Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and databases to elucidate illicit drugs

In partnership with Service National de Police Scientifique (SNPS) in Lyon, Chemistry And Interdisciplinarity: Synthesis Analysis Modeling (CEISAM) laboratory proposes a novel method using compact Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy combined with multi-method databases to identify and also, for the first time, to elucidate the composition of drugs seized by the Police. Less expensive, more...

Morgane Vacher, Starting Grant 2021 : Project ATTOP

ATTOP« ATTOsecond Photochemistry: controlling chemical reactions with electrons » Background and research: After studying chemistry at the École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Cachan, Morgane Vacher moved to London in 2012 to complete a PhD degree in theoretical chemistry with Mike Robb and Mike Bearpark at Imperial College. Her thesis work focused on the new attosecond science and...

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CEISAM calls for application for a CNRS junior professor position

The CEISAM Institute in Nantes (France) invites applications for a CNRS junior Professor position (tenure track) in experimental molecular chemistry. This position targets disruptive aspects of analytical, organic, and/or physical chemistry. Candidates will propose a research project that transcends the frontiers within the disciplines of molecular chemistry. Possible research areas include operando analysis, “digital” chemistry, and/or automated synthesis. The CEISAM Institute (https://ceisam.univ-nantes.fr/en/) encompasses all the molecular chemistry research activities in Nantes University...

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The MIMM team and the CEISAM NMR platform participates to a Horizon Europe coordination action on remote access to NMR facilities

The project “Remote NMR (R-NMR): moving NMR infrastructures to remote access capabilities” aims at establishing common and standardised practice for remote access to NMR facilities in Europe. The MIMM team and the CEISAM NMR platform will contribute to exchanges on the topic of remote access, leading to a broader and greener access to NMR in...

Nantes research on astatine in the spotlight

Astatine (At) is the rarest chemical element on Earth, and its 211 isotope is very promising for applications in targeted radiotherapy of cancers. Progress in this approach depends on a better understanding of the chemistry of At. Researchers from the CRCINA, Subatech and CEISAM laboratories have published a 15-year review of their work in the...

A CEISAM researcher is co-recipient of the young researcher prize of the Physical Chemistry Division

Jean-Nicolas Dumez, researcher at CEISAM, is co-recipient of the 2021 young researcher prize from the Physical Chemistry Division (DCP) of the French Chemical Society, for his work on the development of an NMR spectroscopy methods for mixture analysis . Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a particularly relevant approach for the analysis of mixtures, the...

The PIRAMID – Protein Interactions in Rational Approaches for Medicinal Innovative Drugs, research programme is organizing a symposium on September 23-24, 2021, in Nantes.

For two days, the symposium will bring together chemists, biologists, modellers and bioinformaticians carrying out their research in the field of PPIs, and will take place according to the following highlights: 4 plenary conferences: —> Dr Philippe ROCHE, Aix-Marseille University – “A Brief History of PPIs”, —> Dr Isabelle KRIMM, Lyon 1 University – “NMR-guided...

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