Reymond Research Group

University of Bern


News

Congratulations Philippe!

Congratulations to our former group member Dr. Philippe Schwaller, who currently works as postdoctoral researcher at IBM Research Europe, to his appointment to the EPFL as Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the School of Basic Sciences! https://www.ethrat.ch/
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Machine learning designs non-hemolytic antimicrobial peptides

The research article "Machine Learning Designs Non-Hemolytic Antimicrobial Peptides" just got published in Chemical Science! Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) offer a unique opportunity to address antibiotic resistance, which is one of the major global public health threats. Most AMPs are membrane disruptive amphiphiles,
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Predicting Enzymatic Reactions with a Molecular Transformer

The research article "Predicting Enzymatic Reactions with a Molecular Transformer" just got published in Chemical Science! The use of enzymes for organic synthesis allows for simplified, more economical and selective synthetic routes not accessible to conventional reagents. However, predicting whether a particular
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Prediction of chemical reaction yields using deep learning

The research article "Prediction of chemical reaction yields using deep learning" was recently published in Machine Learning: Science and Technology. Artificial intelligence is driving one of the most important revolutions in organic chemistry. Multiple platforms, including tools for reaction prediction and synthesis
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SYNFACTS selected article!

Our research article regarding discovery of a novel and selective Janus Kinase inhibitor was selected by the editorial board of SYNFACTS for its important insights into chemical synthesis! The full article can be found here. Congratulations to all contributors!
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Peptides in chemical space

The Review article "Peptides in chemical space" was recently published in Medicine in Drug Discovery. The chemical space of peptides represents an extremely large reservoir of potentially bioactive compounds. Recent advances in computer hardware and software have led to a wide application
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