Our research represent key expertise in selected methods, but overlap in research projects and topics. Overall, the expertise at the Department includes chemical synthesis, transition metals chemistry, theoretical and computational chemistry, structural chemistry and biology, protein chemistry, biomodelling, bioinformatics. The applied research covers materials chemistry, medicinal chemistry, enzyme technology and biotechnology.
The high quality of the research is also demonstrated by the fact that the Department has been given the responsibility for dedicated centers and platforms in chemistry and chemical biology research in Norway:
As stated in theStrategy plan(in Norwegian only), the Department is fostering an overall biological chemistry profile of the research, but the research covers a broad specter of topics - from materials chemistry, basic theoretical chemistry research, organic synthesis to applied fields like biotechnology and medicinal chemistry and drug design.
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Masteroppgaver:Abdulyaqeen, Uthman Seyi : Computer Modelling of an Enzyme Reference Reaction for Empirical Valence Bond Simulation Burkow, Magnus : Computational Studies of Selected Mutants of Shrimp Alkaline Phosphatase Magnussen, Harald : Antibiotic Resistance Breakers: Design and Synthesis of OXA-48 Inhibitors
Artikler og rapporter:Deziel, Anthony P. / Espinosa, Matthew / Pavlovic, Ljiljana / Charboneau, David J. / Hazari, Nilay / Hopmann, Kathrin Helen / Mercado, Brandon Q. : Ligand and solvent effects on CO2 insertion into group 10 metal alkyl bonds Tietze, Lisa / Hoff, Maria Wilhelmsen / Lale, Rahmi : Identification and Cross-Characterisation of Artificial Promoters and 5′ Untranslated Regions in Vibrio natriegens Chołuj, Marta / Alam, MD Mehboob / Beerepoot, Maarten / Sitkiewicz, Sebastian P. / Matito, Eduard / Ruud, Kenneth / Zaleśny, Robert : Choosing Bad versus Worse: Predictions of Two-Photon-Absorption Strengths Based on Popular Density Functional Approximations
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