If so, come and meet our team at booth 2437, where our Senior Scientist Andrzej Tracz and Sales Representative Monika Kulinicz will be delighted to discuss our unique solutions, extensive product portfolio and services provided in the field of process oriented olefin metathesis.
Drop by and see how our technology can make your business more profitable and sustainable!
We look forward to meeting you in San Diego!
Chemspec Europe 2019 will take place from 26 – 27 June in the alluring and picturesque city of Basel, Switzerland – the European hub for the fine, custom and specialty chemicals industry, bordering Germany, France and Switzerland – the major players in this sector.
This international exhibition will bring together an impressive list of experts, scientists, managers, consultants, traders, chemicals manufacturers, services, raw materials and equipment suppliers, providing innovative solutions in the field of fine and specialty chemicals.
Exhibitors’ offerings mainly focus on recent advancements in the area of fine and specialty chemicals and their applications in a wide range of industries, spanning pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, polymers, flavours and fragrances, household and cleaning chemicals, petrochemicals, cosmetics, electronic chemicals, catalysts and many others.
Apeiron’s representatives Dr Anna Gawin – Senior Research Manager, Dr Mateusz Cybulski – Research Scientist and Monika Kulinicz – Sales Representative will be glad to provide you with detailed information regarding Apeiron’s activity and discuss potential collaboration opportunities.
Come and visit us at the stand G246!
The next edition of European Chemistry Partnering (ECP) will be held on 26th February in Frankfurt, Germany. The entire exhibition is enclosed in a compact one day, consisting of 20-minutes Partnering meetings and inspiring pitches. This event brings its attendees into direct contact with prospective new customers and business partners from chemical industry. Among participants you can find investors, Europe´s leading industrial companies, as well as SMEs and promising Start-ups, chemical services, trade consultants and academic representatives.
Thanks to the specially created Partnering online platform, one-on-one meetings with other participants can be arranged in advance of the event. The platform allows you to present yourself, your company profile and its offer, as well as to set your availability and submit requests for a meeting. This event gives also an opportunity for conversations on less formal ground during the Pre-Event evening Get Together.
We are looking forward to interesting discussions and building new, prosperous collaborations!
We are excited to have an opportunity to share information on Apeiron’s core technology through free webinar. This presentation given by our Senior Research Manager Dr. Anna Gawin will be held on March 27th, 2019 and will start at: 3.00 pm (UK), 4.00 pm (Central Europe) and 10.00 am (East Coast US).
The entire online speech will be dedicated to metathesis, will commence with an explanation of the basic concepts, description of the background of metathesis, then threads concerning benefits enabled by catalytic olefin metathesis as a revolutionary and powerful tool will be raised, as well as new trends and commercial applications in this field.
We encourage you to join us and deepen your knowledge!
Register now, here
The article written by S. Masuda et al. has been recently published on journal Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, showing the results of their research on the synthesis of unprotected peptides in water by ring-closing metathesis (RCM).
Although RCM is an attractive reaction for the preparation of artificially designed peptides, the article entitled “Ring-closing metathesis of unprotected peptides in water” was the very first report of the possibility of unprotected peptides synthesis in water in the presence of Mg (II) ions, without the addition of any organic solvents in RCM which was achieved using a water-soluble ruthenium catalyst – AquaMet, produced by Apeiron Synthesis.
Authors have carried out the optimization of the reaction conditions and showed that the addition of MgCl2 and/or the use of acidic conditions enables the efficient RCM of unprotected model peptides and octreotide analogues in water. That proposed method, the first non-disulphide type connection reaction between homo functionalities in water, with the usage of our catalyst could become a cornerstone of artificial bioactive peptide mimetics development in future.
The full version of article available: here