The research group Green Chemistry and Enabling Technologies is part of the Department of Amino acids, Peptides and Proteins of the Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron (IBMM) headed by Prof. Pascal Dumy. Located on the CNRS campus of Montpellier, in the Balard building, our team devotes its activities towards the development of a more sustainable chemistry, by using modern synthesis technologies, such as mechanochemistry, continuous flow and microwaves. These approaches enable the efficient and eco-responsible preparation of organic molecules, organometallics and materials, by using solvent-free synthesis, alternative solvents and catalysis. The molecules, synthesized in an innovative way, find applications in medicinal chemistry, catalysis and depollution.
Reactive extrusion (REX): the future of drug synthesis, continuous and solvent-free, is now!
The pharmaceutical industry is a major consumer of organic solvents,...Read More
Best award in the Mechanochemistry Challenge
The Green Chemistry and Enabling Technologies (F11) team was awarded...Read More
French-Polish symposium on serotonin type 6 receptor antagonists￼
French-Polish symposium on serotonin type 6 receptor antagonists Neurodegenerative diseases...Read More