Organic chemistry is a fundamental subdiscipline of chemistry at the interface of a wide range of important scientific fields, such as medicine, materials science, environmental science, and energy science. Thus, the study and advancement of organic chemistry is critical to the well-being of society. The organic chemistry division is composed of world-class research groups that conduct unique and exciting research programs in organic chemistry and interdisciplinary fields, such as organic synthesis, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, physical and analytical organic chemistry, bioorganic chemistry and drug development, materials science and solar cells, etc.
- Primary Research Groups
- Related Research Groups
- "Molecular Technology Innovation” Presidential Endowed Chair (Prof. Nakamura)
- Green Sustainable Chemistry Social Cooperation Laboratory
- Related Research Groups in Graduate School
- Organic Photochemistry Laboratory (Prof. Murata)
- Organic Physical Chemistry Laboratory (Prof. Ogawa)