Author Archives: bastiennay

Chapter 3 of Strategies and Tactics in Organic Synthesis on our synthetic work on PKS-NRPS metabolites

Read this STOS chaper on our Bioinspired Adventures in the Total Synthesis of Mixed Polyketide–Nonribosomal Peptide Natural Products B. Nay,* M. Zaghouani, B. Laroche, S. Prévost, X.-W. Li, A. Ear, N. Riache in Strategies and Tactics in Organic Synthesis, Vol. 13 (2017), M. Harmata (Ed.), Advertisements

Eloi, welcome!

Eloi Astier started his PhD on 2nd October 2017. He’ll work on the total synthesis, biomimetic synthetic strategies and medicinal chemistry of natural quinolones.

Tin, welcome!

We welcome Tin V. T. Nguyen as an M1 student performing his experimental project in the lab.

At SCS-Syngenta Symposium 2017 “Natural Products” on 5th October

Wei and Bastien attend SCS-Syngenta Symposium 2017 on Natural Products on Thursday, 5 October 2017, 08.30-17.00h. They will present two posters on natural product synthesis. Location: Syngenta Research Campus, Schaffhauserstrasse, 4332, Stein (AG)

Talking at the ChemBioScreen GDR meeting on 26-27th September 2017

Bastien attends the ChemBioScreen GDR meeting on 27th September, with a talk: At the crossroads of organic synthesis and natural history: a how and a why of natural product chemistry

Talking at LSO’s Thai-French workshop

Wei and Bastien talk tomorrow on natural product synthesis at the Thai-French workshop with other speakers:

Attending the Thai-French Organic Chemistry Symposium at LSO on 25th September

Frémy and Darzens lectures – Thai-French Symposium with the excellent talks of Prof. Vichai Reutrakul Prof. Antoine Baceiredo Prof. Manat Pohmakotr Prof. Jérôme Lacour at Ecole Polytechnique, continuing tomorrow with a workshop.

Beautiful time at UCL today

Happy to spend time at UCL on Monday 11th September, talking on total synthesis: At the crossroads of organic chemistry and natural history: a how and a why of natural product synthesis and refereeing Arnaud Boreux’s PhD work

Oscar, welcome!

Oscar Gayraud started his PhD on 1st September 2017. He’ll work on the total synthesis of complex cytochalasins for three years at LSO, investigating bio-inspired transformations.

Biomimetic chemical diversity of resinic acids uncovered by photooxygenation in Organic Chemistry Frontiers

Read our last paper on the oxygenation of resinic diterpenes, from Benjamin’s PhD work: Harnessing the potential diversity of resinic diterpenes through visible light-induced sensitized oxygenation coupled to Kornblum-DeLaMare and Hock reactions B. Laroche and B. Nay Organic Chemistry Frontiers 2017, in press, DOI: 10.1039/C7QO00633K Abstract: A biomimetic procedure for the late-stage functionalization of various […]