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  • News/Events
  • Call for tickets and scholarships
    from December 17, 2018 to January 25, 2019
    Glyco@Alps offers a limited number of grants for tickets and scholarship to be used in 2019. Deadline is January 25.
  • Call for guest researchers
    on the December 17, 2018
    Glyco@Alps offers a limited number of grants for guest researchers who intend to stay in Grenoble for 2 months. The researcher should have a work contract at his/her home institution that includes full salary and health insurance during the stay in France.
  • Glyco@Club Call for young researchers
    from December 17, 2018 to January 25, 2019
    Glyco@Alps offers a limited number of grants for PhD students and young researchers who will attend a scientific event to present their work in 2019.Deadline is January 25.
  • Thesis defense: Arnaud Masselin
    on the December 17, 2018
    Arnaud Masselin from Cermav will defend his thesis: “Chemo-enzymatic synthesis of affinity-based probes for the study of chitin-binding proteins”.
  • Seminar: Dan Wang
    on the December 18, 2018
    Dan Wang from Institute of Chemical Industry of Forest Products, Chinese Academy of Forestry (Nanjing, China) will give a talk about "Preparation and properties of forestry chemical product: Rosin based benzocyclobutene monomer".
  • Conference: Philippe Compain
    on the December 18, 2018
    Philippe Compain from University of Strasbourg will give a talk about "From square sugars to sweet giants: new challenges in glycoscience".
  • Thesis defense: Eugenie Laigre
    on the December 18, 2018
    Eugenie Laigre from DCM-I2BM will defend her thesis: "Design, synthesis, and study of multivalent antibody binding modules".
  • Olga Makshakova, researcher, Kazan Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics FRC KazSC RAS, received a Glyco@Alps grant as a guest researcher for two months at CERMAV (Grenoble), molecular and structural glycobiology group.

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.