The Synthesis and Bioorganic Chemistry Laboratory
Let’s Explore Chemistry Together
At the Synthesis and Bioorganic Chemistry Research Laboratory, we are interested in developing new synthetic methods for the synthesis of biologically active peptides, and the synthesis of functional polymer and nanomaterials. We welcome students interested in our research to join the group! Check out our site to learn more about the lab.
What’s the Buzz
Master Thesis Defence
July 9, 2021
Congratulations to 文才,阿宏,雲暄 for completing and passing their master thesis viva. Many thanks for Prof. Wang"s" useful discussion, suggestions and comments.
December 19, 2020
Research work published
July 20, 2020
Our work on oligopeptide synthesis by activation of gamma-thiolactone has now been published online.
2019 NSYSU Chemistry Poster Competition
May 25, 2019
Many congratulations to Wei-Shuo for getting a poster prize at the 2019 NSYSU Chemistry Poster Competition!
Group Activities Updated
May 15, 2019
Photos for the annual lab photo shoot has been uploaded on the group activity page
Collaborative Work on TNT Decomposition
February 21, 2019
Ting-Wen's hard work on the analysis of TNT metabolite has finally paid off. This collaborative work on TNT decomposition with Prof. Chen (NKNU) is now available online.
YYL Lab Christmas Party
December 24, 2018
Merry Christmas! It was good fun again at the lab Christmas Party. Thanks for all th presents and great performance from students. It was especially great to see Yen-Chun again after he graduated this summer and to know that he is fitting in well in his new job.
YYL Lab's New Site
December 17, 2018
Finally, YYL Lab's new website is now online.
Student poster presentation@annual meeting
December 9, 2018
Second year master student, Po-Yu, Wen-Chun and Yu-Shan presented posters of their work at the 2018 chemistry annual meeting. Good job!
December 9, 2018
The 2018 annual chemistry meeting was held successfully at NSYSU. Thanks for the efforts from all the staffs and students
November 23, 2018
YYL gave a short talk entiled "Novel Peptide Ligation Methods for Synthesis of Oligopeptides" at this year's ISOR meeting held in Hsinchu.
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