• News/Events
  • Towards Glyco@Alps 2: General Assembly
    on the November 9, 2021
    To prepare the submission of the Glyco@Alps-2 project for the UGA CDTools call on 9 December, we invite Glyco community to join us for a General Assembly on Tuesday 9 November 2021 at 2pm in the Auditorium of the IMAG Building. A Zoom link will also be set up for online participation.
  • Thesis defense: Maxime LEPRINCE
    on the September 24, 2021
    Maxime Leprince is defending his thesis "Design of conductive inks and polysaccharide-based hydrogels for the development of biodegradable devices in a controlled manner" on 24 September. He carried out this work in co-supervision with the CERMAV (under the co-direction of Pr Rachel Auzély) and the CEA - Département Technologies Biologie et Santé "DTBS", Laboratoire Chimie Capteurs et Biomatériaux "L2CB" (under the co-direction of Dr Isabelle Texier-Nogue).
  • Thesis defense: Dania MARTINEZ-ALARCON
    on the September 17, 2021
    Dania Martínez-Alarcón completed her thesis in the framework of the European network PhD4GlycoDrug. It was co-directed by Annabelle Varrot (CNRS Research Director in our laboratory) and Roland Pieters (Utrecht University in the Netherlands) and has the following title: "Characterization of lectins from emergin fungi and identification from fungal extracts".
  • Thesis defense: Juliette Francillon
    on the June 25, 2021
    Juliette Francillon, from CERMAV and LGP2, will defend her thesis entitled: "Study of the molecular diversity of soluble hemicellulose oligosaccharides from wood autohydrolysates.
  • Thesis defense: Rafael BERMEO
    on the June 18, 2021
    Rafael Bermeo from CERMAV and University of Milano will defend his thesis entitled: Design, synthesis and evaluation of antagonists towards BC2L-C
  • 2021 Glyco@Alps Scientific Day
    on the June 7, 2021
    The Glyco@ALPS project is completing its first cycle of transverse research initiated by IDEX in 2017, thanks to ANR funding. We invite you to participate in our Scientific Day on June, 7, 2021, which aims to offer a snapshot of the research conducted over the past three years.
  • Glyco@Alps report 2017-2021
    on the March 23, 2021
    Glyco@Alps has just published its report 2017-2021.

The diversity and complexity of sugars : new molecules & materials for innovation

Glyco@Alps explores the fascinating structural diversity and complexity of sugars, including those found in the Alpine biodiversity, and focuses on their exploitation for biopharmaceuticals, medical diagnostics, personalized medicine, materials, environmental sustainability and innovative bio-industries

With the involvement of around 100 scientists of different domains, Glyco@Alps will highlight the University Grenoble Alpes as the first glycoscience center in France. Organization of  international summer schools and scientific meetings will insure visibility at the international level. Glyco@Alps also aims at attracting and training the next generation of glycoscientists, with a pluridisciplinary approach and a broad view to environmental and innovation issues.