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Kappe Research Group
Our research focuses on flow chemistry, microreactor technology, process intensification and the continuous generation of active pharmaceutical ingredients.
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Kappe Research Group Jul 14
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Kappe Research Group Jul 11
The team will be giving 4 presentations on next week at in Vienna. From electrochemistry to photochemistry and from organocatalysis to carbenes. Check out our posters!
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Kappe Research Group Jul 5
It hast taken some time but here is the first CSTR paper from the group just out in OPRD: . Scaling our diazomethane tube-in-tube approach with a CSTR cascade for making building blocks for HIV protease inhibitors. Check it out!
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Scientific Update Jun 25
After the success of the first ever Flow Masterclass at in Graz, Austria last month we are delighted to announce the next Masterclass will be on 3-4 June 2020. For more info please visit
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Kappe Research Group Jun 23
No photocatalyst requierd! In this paper just out we show a iodoperfluoroalkylation of alkenes at 405 nm in the presence of Et3N not requiring a traditional photocatalyst: . Great collaboration with Maurizio Prato !
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Alex Godfrey Jun 20
Check out note 1 in the 1927 orgsyn prep for a good laugh!
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Kappe Research Group Jun 19
How to make anhydrous HCN without distillation? Check out or new paper in using membrane separation and flow technology . I think it beats Karl Ziegler's infamous 1927 prep where pure HCN is made by distillation .
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Kappe Research Group Jun 8
Enjoying the beautiful Styrian winecountry with the group this week (). Kudos to group member Sandor Ötvös for taking his with him. Check out more of his here:
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JFlowChem Jun 4
We promised you some exciting news, well here it is: has a new section , which is . The first two profiles are from Oliver and Jesus Alcazar from ! Check. It. Out. 👉
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Kappe Research Group May 27
Here are some impression from last weeks Flow Chemistry Masterclass . Due to the high demand we will run this laboratory course again next year. Stay tuned for exact dates:
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Kappe Research Group May 16
Presenting the latest research from the consortium in my keynote lecture at the Continuous Flow Technology IV symposium in Manchester:
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Kappe Research Group May 10
Last night our CCFLOW team from and was awarded a 10.000 € for our work in and . Thank you and for support. Watch the project vide here (in German):
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RCE journal May 7
OA: Laboratory of the future: a modular flow platform with multiple integrated PAT tools for multistep reactions, led by C. Oliver Kappe
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Kappe Research Group Apr 30
Our CCFLOW consortium () is opening its doors! Free to attend event on and with external keynote talks in Graz this September. For details, see:
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Scientific Update Apr 30
We are delighted to be working with Dr Oliver Kappe for 2 exciting Flow Chemistry events. Our Flow Chem Course is on 22-23 May in Austria followed by a Flow Chemistry Masterclass at the University of Graz. More info at
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Kappe Research Group Apr 26
What a smile! Peter after winning best talk award at presenting his work recentlly publisehd in on "The Laboratory of the Future": . First paper resulting from our INFRAFLOW grant:
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Kappe Research Group Apr 23
Check out this video on our research at boradcasted just now on Austrian TV (in german): .
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Flow Chemistry Africa Apr 19
Interesting work by -Laboratory of the Future: A Modular Flow Platform with Multiple Integrated PAT Tools for Multistep Reactions.
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Dial-a-Molecule Apr 18
Another must read paper from the Kappe lab! Laboratory of the future: a modular flow platform with multiple integrated PAT tools for multistep reactions - now published in Reaction Chemistry & Engineering
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ElsevierChemEng Apr 18
Making in flow: Keynote talk by C Oliver Kappe . International speakers reveal the latest global innovation and research in . Download the programme at:
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