Welcome to the Arseniyadis Lab

Welcome to the Arseniyadis group. We are based in the Joseph Priestley Building at Queen Mary University of London. The group is principally interested in the development of new synthetic tools to attain high structural and functional complexity. These methods span within the areas of organocatalysis, transition metal catalysis and, more recently, bio-hybrid catalysis. Please use the navigation bar on the top of this page for more information. Google Scholar / Orcid ID / ResearcherID / @arseniyadis / Scopus Author ID Latest News August 2018: Tao's paper on Pd-AAA was highlighted in Synfacts August 2018: Nicolas' and Adam's paper on DNA-templated chemistry was highlighted in Nature Reviews Chemistry July 2018: Congratulations to Nicolas and Adam for their work on DNA-templated chemistry which was accepted for publication in Angewandte Chemie. April 2018: What a team !!! Meet François, Ines, Martin, Claire, Tania, Kalina, Sidonie, Luuk and Nico April 2018: Congratulations to Tao for his work on palladium-catalysed allylic alkylation of succinimides which was accepted for publication in Chem. Eur. J. March 2018: The group welcomes Kalina and Claire who will be spending some time with us. February 2018: Congratulations to Marllon for his work...
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Latest Publications

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, (in press). DNA-templated [2+2] photocycloaddition: A straightforward entry into the aplysinopsin family of natural products. Nicolas Duchemin, Adam Skiredj, Justine Mansot, Karine Leblanc, Jean-Jacques Vasseur, Mehdi A. Beniddir, Laurent Evanno,* Erwan Poupon,* Michael Smietana,* and Stellios Arseniyadis* (more…)...
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