Seminars

Wednesday 11 April 2:30pm – Seminar Prof. Wolfgang Schöfberger

“Functionalized corroles for oxygen evolution, oxygen reduction and CO2 fixation/reduction”

Seminar Room Department of Chemical
University of Rome Tor Vergata

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Seminar cycles Prof Dirk M. Guldi (Visiting Professor)

Room G2C, at 2:30 pm
University of Rome Tor Vergata

15 March – Designing Artificial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers
19 March – Implementing Nanocarbons into Artificial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers
22 March – Nanocarbons in Solar Cells
26 March – Molecular Singlet Fission

Thursday 8 February 12.00 – Seminar Dr. Michele Raggio

“seedScience Project”

Seminar Room Department of Scienze and Tecnologie Chimiche
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

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Friday 26 January 3:00 PM – Seminar Prof. Omotayo Arotiba

“Electrochemistry in Sensors, Biosensors and Water Treatment – A Research Group Overview”

Seminar Room Department of Scienze annd Tecnologie Chimiche
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

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Friday 27 October 12:00 AM – Seminar Dr. Hilda Elisa Garay Pérez

“Development of peptide drugs and peptide based vaccines at CIGB”

Seminar Room Department of Scienze annd Tecnologie Chimiche
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

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Thursday 31 October 14:30 – Seminar Dr. Alessandra Operamolla

“Exploring new functionalizations and biomaterials for bulk-heterojunction polymer solar cells”

Seminar Room Department of Scienze annd Tecnologie Chimiche
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

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Thursday 5 October 12:00 – Seminar Dr. Silvia Marchesan

“The supramolecular dance of heterochiral tripeptides”

Seminar Room Department of Scienze annd Tecnologie Chimiche
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

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Friday 22 September 12:00 – Seminar Dr. Lorenzo Di Michele

“Amphiphilic DNA complexes: from biomimetic membrane linkers to molecular crystals”

Seminar Room Department of Scienze annd Tecnologie Chimiche
Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

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Monday 5 June – Seminar Prof. Steve McIntosh

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Seminar Prof. Steve McIntosh ”Functional Materials for Energy Systems: From Ionic Transport to Biomineralization

Classroom Seminar Department of Chemical Science and Technologies
University of Rome Tor Vergata

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New exciting news from Professor Francesco Ricci’s lab

Antibody-powered nucleic acid release using a DNA-based nanomachine

Published on Nature Communication a joint study of the Department of Chemical Science and Technologies and the Department of Chemistry of the University of Montreal that demonstrates that  by using three different antigens (including one relevant to HIV), it is possible to design different DNA nanomachines regulated by their targeting antibody in a rapid, versatile and highly specific manner. The antibody-powered DNA nanomachines we have developed here may thus be useful in applications like controlled drug-release, point-of-care diagnostics and in vivo imaging. 

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