One of the main challenges for chemistry is to synthesize and manufacture new substances using compact synthetic schemes and processes with high selectivity for the desired product, and with low energy consumption and benign environmental effects in the process.
This goal requires continuing progress in the development of new methods for synthesis and manufacturing. Human welfare will continue to benefit from new substances, including medicines and specialized materials. The unit’s work will also impinge on the efficient use of natural resources and the protection of the environment and climate.
The most significant outputs of the Chemical and Biochemical analysis unit are drug-like molecules, innovative materials, new production methodologies, methods and protocols and analysis reports.
New equipment will be used for qualitative and quantitative determination of compounds, synthesis and characterization of new molecules with potential for new drugs, functional materials (molecular sensors, drug-delivery systems), radiopharamaceuticals, etc. Furthermore, better working conditions will significantly increase the regional and international competitiveness of the RBI and enhance research activities. The unit will be able to provide novel services to the business sector.