Leiden Institute of Chemistry
The Leiden Institute of Chemistry (LIC) is the basis for research and collaborations of the Leiden chemistry groups. Chemistry is the central science enabling a healthy future in a sustainable society. Chemistry researchers at Leiden University take a fundamental approach in finding tailored solutions for complex societal problems in human health and environmental issues.
Fundamental Research in Chemical Biology
Chemical biology research at the Leiden Institute of Chemistry is aimed at understanding biological processes at the molecular level to strengthen the knowledge base of human health and disease. The approach to achieve this goal is a fundamental chemical one; with the aid of chemical probes biological systems are interrogated. Read more
Fundamental Research in Energy & Sustainability
Twenty years from now, the world population is estimated to be around 8.8 billion people (now 7.4 billion). In combination with the improvements in living standards and the corresponding growth in consumption, this will result in an enormous increase in the demand for food, consumables, water and energy. Technological and fundamental chemical solutions to meet these demands are needed. Read more
Agenda08MarConference Cell Observatory Mini-SymposiumAnnemarie Meijer16MarLecture Chemical Biology LectureDr. Felix Müller-Planitz (LMU München)03 AprCourse Integrated Cell Biology training course for LIC PhDs and postdocs19 AprConference Activity-based protein profiling and bio-orthogonal chemistry
Research groupsBio-organic SynthesisBiophysical Organic Chemistry/Solid State NMRBiophysical Structural ChemistryCatalysis and Surface ChemistryMacromolecular BiochemistryMedical BiochemistryMetals in Catalysis, Biomimetics and Inorganic MaterialsMolecular PhysiologySoft Matter ChemistrySupramolecular & Biomaterials ChemistryTheoretical Chemistry