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Johannes' review on Fe-catalysed cycloisomerisations was published by the Israelian Journal of Chemistry.

Cycloisomerisations allow for the synthesis of complex molecules starting from easily accessible polyunsaturated compounds. So far, the use of base metal catalysts for this type of transformation is still underrepresented. In this review, the most important contributions to this field of research concerning Fe-catalysts are summarised. DOI

Sven Scholz has finished his Ph. D. thesis!

Sven has finished his Ph. D. Congratulations! All the best wishes for you and your family!

Franziska was awarded the "Preis der Freunde der Universität Stuttgart"

Franzi was awarded the "Preis der Freunde der Universität Stuttgart" for her outstanding M. Sc. degree. Congratulations, Franzi!

Tabea joined the group for her B. Sc. thesis.

Welcome Tabea! Have a nice time in the lab!

Isabel's and Claudia's paper on Fe-catalysed intramolecular aminations of C(sp3)-H-bonds has been accepted for publication in Angewandte Chemie.

Isa's and Claudi's iron-catalysed intramolecular C(sp3)-amination of alkylarylazides has been accepted by Angewandte Chemie. This reaction uses our nucleophilic catalyst TBAFe ([Bu4N][Fe(CO)3(NO)]) which activates aromatic azides to give rise to various five- and six-membered nitrogen-containing heterocycles. Congratulations for your excellent work! DOI

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Entwicklung neuer übergangsmetallkatalysierter Reaktionen zum gezielten Aufbau von neuen C-C-, C-N-, C-S- und C-O-Bindungen, asymmetrische Synthese, Entwicklung einer parallelen, automatisierbaren, modularen Kohlenhydratsynthese zum Aufbau strukturell definierter Substanzbibliotheken, Naturstoffsynthese.

Development of transition metal catalyzed reaction for the selective generation of new C-C-, C-N-, C-S- and C-O-bonds; asymmetric synthesis; development of a parallel, automatable, modular carbohydrate synthesis for the generation of a structural defined substance library; natural product synthesis.