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2020.02.19 | CADIAC

New Publication in Organometallics

Check out our newest paper on stoichiometric studies on the carbonylative trifluoromethylation of Aryl Pd(II) complexes using TMSCF3 as the trifluoromethyl source.

2020.02.07 | CADIAC

New publication in Journal of American Chemical Society

Read our newest article together with prof. Kim Daasbjerg and prof. Mu-Hyu in JACS, about how ligands control the product formation in the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide using manganese bipyridine catalysts.

2020.02.04 | CADIAC

New Publication in Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed.

A method for direct access to isotopically labeled aliphatic ketones mediated by Ni(I) activation has just been accepted for publication in ACIE.

2020.01.29 | iNano

Two available PhD positions in the Skrydstrup Group

We have two open PhD positions within CO2PERATE – Cooperation towards a sustainable chemical industry. Follow the link, read about the projects and opportunities and check the open positons. The projects at Aarhus University are Projects 2 and 9.

2019.12.09 | CADIAC

Text in Chemical and Engineering News

Liselotte Karulf and Samuel Pedersen from the Skrydstrup group won October's "Chemistry in Pictures" competition in Chemical and Engineering News. A small text about our research in CADIAC was published.

2019.11.28 | Research News

Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowships Grant to Associate Professor Nina Lock

Associate professor Nina Lock, part of CADIAC, has been granted 4.25 million by the Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowships. The research project will involve rational development of inexpensive and scalable electroctalysts.

Professor Troels Skrydstrup receives Semper Ardens grant from the Carlsberg Foundation for improving plastics recycling. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo)

2019.02.04 | CADIAC

Funding for research in improving plastics recycling

Over one third of the plastics produced are used only once and then discarded. The majority of these plastics end up in landfills and our oceans. Professor Troels Skrydstrup has been awarded a Semper Ardens grant for developing new means to deconstruct some of the most commonly used plastics, which can then be exploited again as new useful plastic.

2019.01.22 | CADIAC

New visiting student from Sweden

Welcome to Xiaoyu Chen from KTH in Stockholm, Sweden! Xiaoyu is Ph.d. student at KTH with associate porofessor Mårten Ahlquist as supervisor. Mårten Ahlquist is also part of the NordCO2 consortium Xiaoyu will stay here for a month

Troels Skrydstrup

2019.01.07 | CADIAC

New Years reception at Christiansborg

Troels Skrydstrup participates at the annual Queen’s New Years Reception at Christianborg on the 4th of January 2019

2019.01.04 | CADIAC

Catalysts - creating chemical tools of the future

Read in Aktuel Naturvidenskab about Skrydstrup Group's work on transition metal catalysts as tools for many industries in their need to make better products for a world with growing pains.

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