Breaking the rules of
C–HEMISTRY.

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ABOUT US
Work within the Davies Group draws upon an established knowledge of asymmetric synthesis and catalysis to discover and develop novel methodologies -- with the ultimate goal of defining enabling technologies for the chemical community.

The Davies group is a member of the NSF Center for Selective C–H Functionalization, a research collaborative that aims to develop this emerging technology into a mainstream science.

 

NEWS & EVENTS

A C–H Functionalization Strategy Enables an Enantioselective Formal Synthesis of (−)-Aflatoxin B2

Congratulations to Aaron Bosse on his collaboration with the Sorensen Group
in Organic Letters! Read all about it at https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.orglett.1c03502.
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MORE INFO

Dirhodium catalysts lie at the heart of the research within the Davies group. Their unique properties allow the modular construction of catalysts that can be fine tuned in their steric, electronic, and stereochemical properties. Browse our research pages to discover the powerful transformations that we have discovered, allowing the construction of high value scaffolds from simple chemicals.
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CCHF VS 13.3 - Prof. Huw Davies

CCHF Symposium [2019] - Prof. Huw Davies

March 05, 2019

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CCHF VS 13.3 - Prof. Huw Davies

NOS Lecture [2019] - Prof. Huw Davies

"Catalyst-Controlled C-H Functionalization"