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  • News/Events
  • Thesis defense: Carlo Pifferi
    on the December 15, 2017
    Carlo Pifferi from I2BM will defend his thesis : "Design and synthesis of multivalent glycoconjugates for anti-cancer immunotherapy ". His thesis is directed by Olivier RENAUDET (Director) and Nathalie BERTHET (Co-director)
  • 6th Glyco@Event with Emily Cranston
    on the December 15, 2017
    Emily D. Cranston, from McMaster University, Canada, is the 6th invited speaker participating to the Glyco@Events. The event will take place on Friday, December 15th at LGP2.
  • Glyco@Seminar: Richard Daniellou
    on the December 14, 2017
    Richard Daniellou from ICOA, CNRS and University of Orléans will give a talk on "Biocatalyzed synthesis of glycoconjugates for therapeutic and cosmetic applications". The event will take place on Thursday December, 14th at 3:00 pm at NanoBio building.
  • On December 8, a Glyco@Alps delegation will visit the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interface in Potsdam, Germany.
  • Glyco@Seminar: Emanuel Schneck
    on the December 5, 2017
    Emanuel Schneck from Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces Biomaterials Department, Potsdam will give a talk on " The influence of glycolipids on membrane-membrane interactions ". The event will take place on Tuesday December, 5th at 1:30 pm at CEA.

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.