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Che-Hung has finished his Ph. D.!

Congratulations, Che-Hung! All of us wish you the best for your future!

Marina Fuhrer has joined the group for her Ph. D.

Marina has returned to the group for her Ph. D. Welcome back! Marinas work will be focused on Fe-catalysis as well as natural product synthesis.

Isabel has finished her Ph. D.!

Isabel has finished her Ph. D.! Congratulations, Isa! We all wish you a lot of new things to learn and also a lot of fun for your postdoc in the Ward group at Basel!

Min Zheng has joined the group for a Ph. D. thesis.

Min will be doing catalysis for her Ph. D. studies. We wish you a lot of fun and success!

Franziska Schumacher has joined the group for her master thesis.

Welcome back to the group, Franzi! "Franzi 2" ;-) is working on catalysis applied in natural product synthesis. We all wish you a lot of success!

Daniel, Niklas and Alexander have joined the group for their B. Sc. thesis.

Daniel is working on Fe-catalysis, Niklas on Mn-catalysis and Alexander is doing natural product synthesis. We wish you a good time while working in the lab and learning new things about chemistry!

Claudia's, Asli's and Frank's work on the bioactivity of trans-B-type PPAPs was accepted for publication by Angewandte Chemie.

Claudi's, Asli's and Frank's paper was accepted by Angewandte Chemie. The investigations into the bioactivity of trans-B-type PPAPs were done in collaboration with the Götz group of the Department of Microbial Genetics of the University of Tübingen. They were able to identify four promising compounds with an outstanding activity against MRSA and VRE strains out of a library of 23 natural and non-natural PPAPs. Congratulations! DOI

Marina and Marion have finished their M. Sc. theses...

Congratulations, Marion and Marina!

Tabea, Maria and Julian have finished their B. Sc. theses...

Congratulations! We all wish you a lot of success for your master studies!

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

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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.