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The Amir Research group
Department of Organic chemistry
School of Chemistry, Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences
Our group focuses on the design, synthesis and characterization of functional polymers and dendrimers for applications ranging from biomedicine to materials science and catalysis. We are specifically interested in using high molecular precision towards the design of stimuli-responsive polymers and dendrimers, which we use as building blocks for the assembly of complex nano-scale particles and arrays that can transform their structures and function on demand.
Latest Publications and news
Self-Assembly of Tunable Intrinsically Disordered Peptide Ehm, Tamara; Shinar, Hila; Jacoby, Guy; Meir, Sagi; Koren, Gil; Segal Asher, Merav; Korpanty, Joanna; Thompson, Matthew P.; Gianneschi, Nathan C.; Kozlov, Michael M.; Azoulay-Ginsburg, Salome; Amir, Roey J.*; Rädler, Joachim O.*; and Beck, Roy*. Biomacromolecules (2022)
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