[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP180101332]
Researchers Prof Stephen Pyne; Dr Christopher Hyland
Brief description This project aims to address the lack of efficient methods to prepare cyclic molecules of biological relevance by utilising novel molecular platforms developed in our laboratories. This project expects to generate new cyclic molecules using these innovative molecular platforms by employing catalysts to reduce raw material and energy cost. The expected outcomes of this project include enhanced chemical technology to prepare cyclic molecules of pharmaceutical importance and the training of highly skilled PhD students. This should provide significant benefits, such as increased capacity for the development of new pharmaceuticals and advanced materials.
Funding Amount $357,072
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects