Catalysis – Heterocycles – Medicines – Materials – Education
Innovation in chemical synthesis and catalysis is the central theme of the Hansen research group. We are particularly interested in constructing molecules
of importance for the global improvement of human health, society, welfare and industries. Current work is centered on computational and experimental investigations on generating bioactive heterocycles, host-guest technologies as well as lead-oriented synthesis
of small-molecule medicinal compound libraries for addressing a range of health challenges.
- 17. jun, 2016
We have recently published two invited articles in Dalton Transactions and the Journal of Organic Chemistry respectively - Congratulations Taye!
- 3. jun, 2016
Seed grant award from RESULT
The group has been awarded a 70 kNOK Seed Grant Award from the UiT Resource Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology for the educational project "Deliberate assessment for enhanced learning and teaching quality in chemistry courses" - a great achievement for our learning community!
- 14. mar, 2016
First phase of Hungarian-Norwegian collaboration project completed
Our collaboration with the University of Szeged is developing, and the first joint project is now completed. See more about the story here. https://en.uit.no/om/enhet/aktuelt/nyhet?p_document_id=460376&p_dimension_id=88131
- 10. jan, 2016
The group was well represented at the 31st Organic Chemistry Winter Meeting at Skeikampen Jan 7th-10th 2016. Thanks for the great scientific contributions from Aya, Tone and Damir! JHH received the young investigator travel award from the NKS Division of Organic Chemistry and will be participating in the EuCheMS Young Investigator Symposium 2016 in Sevilla, Spain. This is a great honor for our group!
- 10. des, 2015
M.Sc. Aya ismael
passed her Masters-Examination in Chemistry with the thesis entitled: "Novel Synthesis of Lipoxin A4-Analogues" – Congratulations Aya!
- 25. nov, 2015
Our first collaborative paper
with the Dept of Physics and Technology is publised in Optics Express, involving synthesis of cavitand heterocycles for applications in optical methane sensors - Congrats Magnus!
- 24. aug, 2015
The group´s first full research paper
appeared in Organometallics asaps today - Congrats Taye!
- 8. jun, 2015
M.Sc. Phenias Buhire
passed his Masters-Examination in Chemistry with the thesis entitled: "Vertical DOS with DBAs - Multivariate optimization and diversity exploration" – Congratulations to the group´s first chemistry master!
- 15. jan, 2015
Olav Thon Foundation grant
The group was awarded a national grant from the Olav Thon Foundation! The official award ceremony will be March 5th.