Ana Belén Cuenca González, PhD
Head of CRISOL Group - Associate Professor
- New synthetic methodologies using reactive intermediates based on halogen, boron and silicon atoms for the formation of C-C and C-X bonds.
- Application in the synthesis and development of platforms of biological interest
School of Engineering
Chemical Reactions for Innovative Solutions
CRISOL is a powerful team capable of offering innovative chemical tools that make it real solutions to the challenges of Molecular Science.
BISi-Bonds (Nuevos métodos y moléculas para un futuro mejor)
Acoplamientos C-H con carácter remoto, síntesis de nuevos superácidos orgánicos basados en boranos rígidos
Research Group Link:
Chemical Reactions for Innovative Solutions (CRISOL)
New Synthesis Challenges. BISiboNds Project
Researchers from IQS and IQAC are working together on the development of new synthetic methodologies where they explore the combined use of catalytic systems with the great versatility of chemical elements such as Boron, Iodine and Silicon.READ FULL NEW
Photosensitive Targeted Nanocarriers for Selective Delivery of Photodynamic Therapy
Dr Elena de las Heras recently defended her doctoral thesis at IQS, in which she has designed and developed new photo-immuno-chemo-nanotransporters, which have shown high photodynamic activity against tumour cells and are effective and safe for the photodynamic delivery of doxorubicin on demand.READ FULL NEW