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The Institute for Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry and Biochemistry (ICBMS) established in 2007 is dependent on both the INC ( Chemistry Institute of the CNRS ) and INSB ( Institute of Biological Sciences CNRS) . Within the ICBMS , work is organized around three major themes that relate to both chemistry and biochemistry : - Synthesis and Catalysis methodology - Biomolecules : synthesis, properties and assemblies - biological and biomimetic membranes , biocatalysis. The innovation in synthetic methodology allowing access to new molecular architectures, the identification of new drugs and new bioactive molecules, understanding their mode of action, are among the major concerns in teams ICBMs . The work developed in the unit focus on: - the development of new tools and specific detection methods for diagnosis ( biosensors, biochips, microfluidic systems ) - the study of the organization and dynamics of biological membranes - the study and evaluation of the biological properties of complex molecular assemblies - the biomolecules: sugars, peptides, nucleic acids, lipids – synthesis strategy of complex functional structures - new catalytic processes (enantioselectivity , biocatalysis ) - issues of green chemistry : new reaction media , saving strategies , renewable resources. Several major scientific fields and are concerned: - biotechnology and nanoscience - the dynamics of life - life chemistry - chemical synthesis. The scientific activity of the ICBMS is based on a strong partnership with industry (more than 35 partner companies for the most recent or current ) and on a large number of international collaborations, through exchanges and hosting foreign researchers, running or participation in European projects and partnerships targeted scientific programs (USA , Canada, Australia, China, Japan, Israel, Madagascar , Vietnam).



Unit code: UMR 5246
Affiliation organization: CNRS, INSA Lyon, UCBL (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1)



Bâtiment Curien
43, bd du 11 novembre 1918 69622 Villeurbanne



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