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New ClickGene publication in Angewandte Chemie

ClickGene ESR Ján Matyašovský is among the authors of a new publication in Angewandte Chemie (made available as open access): 

Matyašovský, J., Perlíková, P., Malnuit, V., Pohl, R., & Hocek, M. (2016). 2-Substituted dATP Derivatives as Building Blocks for Polymerase-Catalyzed Synthesis of DNA Modified in the Minor Groove. Angewandte Chemie, 128(51), 16088-16091.

Scientific Oktoberfest with ClickGene

ClickGene will participate at the CIPSM Scientific Oktoberfest on 15–16 September 2016 in Munich. Some of the internationally most distinguished researchers in the field of Chemistry & Chemical Biology will meet there. The conference will be held at the Department of Chemistry of the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich.

→ Scientific Oktoberfest website

Confirmed keynotes:

  • Jason Chin, University of Cambridge
  • Darren Dixon, University of Oxford
  • Petra Hajkova, Imperial College London
  • Christopher Hunter, University of Cambridge
  • Kai Johnsson, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • Tom Muir, Princeton University
  • Bradley L. Pentelute, MIT, Cambridge
  • Barry Sharpless, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla
  • Antonio Togni, ETH Zürich


Gianluca Toniolo wins European Young Chemists Network prize

Gianluca Toniolo has been awarded a prize from the European Young Chemists Network (EYCN) for the best overall presentation at the COST Action CM1201 meeting  in Grenoble, France recently.

Gianluca is an Early Stage Researcher funded by the European Training Network ClickGene and a PhD student under the supervision of Dr Chatgilialoglu at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology “Demokritos”, Athens. His thesis focuses on Receptor activating polymer coated transfection agents.

The ClickGene team congratulates Gianluce on his initial research findings and the ways in which he presented these to the large audience of scientists and industry representatives.

The European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN) is the young division of EuCheMS (European Chemical Sciences). It has been active since 2006 and its goal is to promote Chemistry in Europe, as well as to give new educational and networking opportunities to students and professionals. The EYCN was able to arrange a collaboration with the COST Action within the H2020 and could attend the meeting in Grenoble (France).



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