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Exceptional meeting with DuPont

On November 13, 2018 at the University of Strasbourg. Dr. Simone ARIZZZI, Technology & Innovation Director, presented the challenges to be met in order to maintain innovation at the highest level of requirement and develop solutions that will meet the challenges of tomorrow.

The Graduate School in Chemistry opened in September 2018

Did you know that the Université de Strasbourg is the only university in France to have created an international school of research and innovation that detects and trains tomorrow’s leading chemists?
This French graduate school has just welcomed its first international promotion, recruited from among the very best.
The Ecole Universitaire de Recherche en Chimie (EUR Chemistry of Complex Systems) is preparing a new generation of researchers to face the profound changes facing chemistry in the years ahead and to respond to industrial and environmental challenges to come.

Institut de Science et d’Ingénierie Supramoléculaires: an outstanding institute

The "Institut de Science et d’Ingénierie Supramoléculaires" (ISIS) is an internationally-recognised institute that makes the most of a rather original modus operandi combining public and private laboratories together with start-ups. The senior teams, which include three Nobel laureates in Chemistry, and the junior scientists have carte blanche to develop pioneering ideas. Several private organisations benefit from this unique experience in their R&D. Early in 2019, five new research teams and three company branches will be able to join the success story following the construction of new buildings.

Scholarships for Master’s degrees in Chemistry

Thanks to the generosity of former students of the university, researchers and businesses, every year, the Foundation awards grants to support high-achieving students at the start of their master’s degree. The means-tested grants are awarded to excellent candidates and applications can be renewed to continue into the second year, for an amount of up to 5000 euros.

Integrated, innovative supramolecular nanowires

    Researchers at the ISIS Nanochemistry Laboratory and Nanostructures Laboratory (CNRS/University of Strasbourg), in collaboration with the University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia) have outlined a general, versatile approach for integrating supramolecular nanowires into a new nanomesh network.