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DANGER Grégoire

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DANGER Grégoire

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Associate Professor - Université d’Aix Marseille
Ability to conduct researches (French diploma)
Centre saint Jérôme - 252
Aix-Marseille University
Marseille, France
Office phone : + 33 4 91 28 82 85
Fax : + 33 4 91 28 91 94
E-mail

ORCID ID : 0000-0002-5689-0853
Research ID : F-1425-2010

- Junior member of the French University Institut (Institut Universitaire de France, IUF)
- Secretary of the French Society of Astrobiology (SFE-association law 1901)
- Member of the scientific council of the national program Physic and chemistry of the Interstellar Medium (PCMI-INSU-CNRS)
- French representative within the European Astrobiology Network Association (EANA)
- Councillor within The International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life and Astrobiology (ISSOL)

Research Themes
Area of expertise
Research career
Students and postdocs supervisor
Funding
Awards
Congress Organization
Bibliography
Conferences

Research Themes

FAPCOME project : From Astrochemistry to Prebiotic Chemistry : Organic Matter Evolution.

Astrochemistry : Evolution of organic matter from dense clouds to its distribution within planetary systems.

- Chemical reactivity at low temperature and low pressure (RING project) : Study of astrophysical chemical species formation pathways from interstellar ice analogues for understanding observational data.

- Residue Analyses from the Heating of Interstellar/cometary Ice Analogues (RAHIIA project - ANR RAHIIA_SSOM - ANR-16-CE29-0015-01 2016-2021) : Understanding the composition of meteoritic and cometary organic matter from analogues. Search for a precursor molecule of biomolecules.

- Volatile Analyses from the Heating of Interstellar/cometary Ice Analogues (VAHIIA project - ANR VAHIIA - ANR-12-JS08-0001-01 2012-2015)  : Study of the composition of volatile organic compounds from the heating of cometary / interstellar ice analogues. Reactivities and identifications.

Prebiotic Chemistry (PEPSE project - ANR PeptiSystems - ANR-14-CE33-0020-02 2014-2018) : Prebiotic Environment for Peptide Synthesis and Evolution.

- Investigation of new oligopeptide pathways under prebiotic conditions : Development of a set of chemical reactions allowing the formation of oligopeptides under conditions considered prebiotic.

- Study of the physicochemical selectivity during the formation of oligopeptides : To determine to what extent, a set of chemical reactions allowing the formation of oligopeptides can lead to the emergence of peptide sequences with particular physicochemical properties (e.g. catalysis, auto-catalysis).

PILSE project : Inter Laboratory of Experimental Sciences for the development of chemistry / astrochemistry aspects in space missions and the processing of data derived from them.

Area of expertise

- Separative Methods  :
Capillary Electrophoresis : Chiral separation or not of biomolecules in free medium or in the presence of entangled polymers. Preconcentration by electric field amplification or isotachophoresis. Control of the electroosmotic flow by the use of multilayer.
Microfluidic Systems : Chiral or non-chiral separation of amino acids by focusing in the presence of a temperature gradient or by isotachophoresis in the presence of an elution gradient.
Gas Chromatography coupled to Mass Spectrometry (low and high resolution) : Gas and Liquid analyses
High Performance Liquid Chromatography coupled to UV detection or mass spectrometry (Low and high resolution)..
Mass spectrometry : QMS, FT-ICR and Orbitrap.

- Spectroscopic Methods  : NMR (1H, 13C, 1H-13C, 1H-1H), UV-visible, FT-IR).

- Analytical Developments  : Modification of commercial systems for application to specific experimental systems ; examples VAHIIA and RAHIIA systems.

- Chemical Syntheses  : Peptide syntheses step by step, in solid or liquid phase. Syntheses of amino acid and peptide derivatives. Polymerization of N-carboxyanhydride amino acids. Photochemistry by UV irradiation at low pressure and low temperature. Thermal reactivity at low temperature and low pressure. Hydrogenation at low temperature and low pressure.

Research career

01/11/2009- ...
Associate Professor at the Aix-Marseille University, centre de Saint Jérôme, laboratoire Physique des Interactions Ioniques et Moléculaires UMR-CNRS 7345, team "Astrochimie, Spectroscopie, Théorie, Réactivité, Origine - ASTRO"

09/2008-09/2009
Assistant Professor : ”Developments in capillary electrophoresis : bacterial screening, analysis and characterization of dendrimer derivatives grafted with lysine”. Funded by french ministry "Recherche et de l’Enseignement Supérieure" and performed at the "Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron" UMR 5247, team Dynamique des Systèmes Biomoléculaires Complexes, Université Montpellier 2, France. Project supervisors : Pr Hervé Cottet et Dr Jean-Christophe Rossi. In collaboration with COLCOM company.

12/2007-08/2008
Post-doct : ”Prebiotic origin of organic matter on the surface of telluric planets”. Funded by Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) and performed at Institut d’Astrophysique Spatial (IAS), Orsay, France. Project supervisor : Dr Louis d’Hendecourt. In collaboration with Dr Thierry Chiavassa (Université de Provence) and Pr Uwe Meierhenrich (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis).

11/2006-10/2007
Post-doct : "Development of microfluidic systems for in situ biomarker trace analysis" funded by the "National Aeronautics and Space Administration" (NASA) and performed at the "National Institute of Standards and Technology" (NIST), Gaithersburg MD, United State of America. Project supervisor : Dr David Ross (NIST).

10/2002-05/2006
PhD : " N-carboxyanhydrides of [alpha] -amino acids (NCA) to peptides : new reactions of prebiotic interest and applications ; preconcentration and electroosmotic flow control for peptide analysis by capillary electrophoresis." Thesis supervisor : Pr J.Taillades ; Physico-organic chemistry supervisor : Dr R.Pascal et Dr L.Boiteau ; Superviseur Analytical chemistry supervisor : Dr H.Cottet. Laboratoire OMEMF, UMR 5073, DSBC team, Université de Montpellier II, France. 18 mai 2006.

Students and postdocs supervisor

10/2018-10/2020 Dr. Alexis Bouquet post-doc CNES funding, ice evolution of icy satellites. Co-supervisor O. Mousis LAM.

04/2018-04/2020 Dr. Alexander Ruf post-doc RAHIIA_SSOM funding, RAHIIA project, HRMS analyses.

01/2017-010/2017 Dr. Thomas Gautier post-doc CNES funding, RAHIIA project.

05/2016-05/2017 Dr. Ninette Abou Mrad (Belles-Limeul) post-doc ANR PeptiSystems funding, PEPSE project.

06/2015-05/2016 Dr. Ninette Abou Mrad (Belles-Limeul) post-doc funding from the Fondation Université d’Aix-Marseille, VAHIIA project.

11/2013-11/2016 Aurélien Fresneau PhD student CNES/région PACA funding, RAHIIA project.

06/2013-06/2015 Dr. Ninette Abou Mrad (Belles-Limeul) post-doc sur ANR VAHIIA.

Since 2009 9 master students.

Funding

2019 Institut Universitaire de France (15k€). PI.

2019 Business benefits (21k€). PI.

2019 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (37k€). Projet « Matière Interstellaire, Molécules Organiques Complexes Loin de l’Equilibre MICMOC-LE ». PI.

2018 Institut Universitaire de France (15k€). PI.

2018 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (19k€). Projet « Matière Interstellaire, Molécules Organiques Complexes Loin de l’Equilibre MICMOC-LE ». PI.

2017 Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (138k€). Dans le cadre du projet « Pôle Inter-laboratoire de Sciences Expérimentales pour le développement des aspects de chimie /astrochimie dans les missions spatiales et le traitement de données issues de celles-ci PILSE », PI, participation à l’achat d’un GC-FT-orbitrap.

2017 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (30k€). Dans le cadre du projet « Pôle Inter-laboratoire de Sciences Expérimentales pour le développement des aspects de chimie /astrochimie dans les missions spatiales et le traitement de données issues de celles-ci PILSE », PI, participation à l’achat d’un GC-FT-orbitrap.

2017 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (18k€). Projet « Matière Interstellaire, Molécules Organiques Complexes Loin de l’Equilibre MICMOC-LE ». PI.

2017 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (14k€). Projet « simulations expérimentales pour l’analyse des données issues de missions spatiales : évolution d’analogues des glaces interstellaires ou cométaires jusqu’à la formation de composés organiques réfractaires ». co-I.

2016 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (16k€). Projet « simulations expérimentales pour l’analyse des données issues de missions spatiales : évolution d’analogues des glaces interstellaires ou cométaires jusqu’à la formation de composés organiques refractaires ». co-I.

2016 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (17k€). Projet « Matière Interstellaire, Molécules Organiques Complexes Loin de l’Equilibre MICMOC-LE ». PI.

2016 Programme National de Planétologie (7k€). Financement du projet "Analyses de composés organiques volatils et réfractaires provenant de l’altération d’analogues de glaces interstellaire/cométaire". PI.

10/2016-10/2021 Agence Nationale de la Recherche "Défis de tous les Savoirs" (754k€). Financement du projet « Residue Analyses from the Heating of processed Interstellar Ice Analogues : understanding the formation of Solar System Organic Matter - RAHIIA_SSOM » (ANR-16-CE29-0015-01). PI G. Danger (PIIM).

02/2017-02/2019 Post-doc sur financement CNES projet RAHIIA, Dr Thomas Gautier.

05/2016-05/2017 Post-doc sur financement Agence Nationale de la Recherche "Défis de tous les Savoirs" projet PEPSE, Dr Ninette Abou Mrad (Belles Limeul).

06/2015-05/2016 Post-doc sur financement Fondation de l’Université d’Aix-Marseille projet VAHIIA, Dr Ninette Abou Mrad (Belles Limeul).

10/2014-10/2019 Agence Nationale de la Recherche "Défis de tous les Savoirs" (420k€). Financement du projet « Energetic processes driving potential peptide protometabolisms at the origin of living systems - PeptiSystems » (ANR-14-CE33-0020-02). PI R. Pascal (IBMM), co-I G.Danger (PIIM).

2015 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (14k€). Projet « simulations expérimentales pour l’analyse des données issues de missions spatiales : évolution d’analogues des glaces interstellaires ou cométaires jusqu’à la formation de composés organiques refractaires ». co-I.

2014 Programme National de Planétologie (6.5k€). Financement du projet "Residue Analyses from the Heating of Interstellar Ice Analogs". PI.

11/2013-11/2016 Bourse doctorale sur financement CNES/Région PACA projet RAHIIA, Aurélien Fresneau.

06/2013-06/2015 Post-doc sur financement Agence Nationale de la Recherche JCJC projet VAHIIA, Dr Ninette Abou Mrad (Belles Limeul).

2012-2015 Agence Nationale de la Recherche JCJC (247.5k€). Financement du projet « Volatile Analyses from the Heating of Interstellar Ice Analogs - VAHIIA » (ANR-12-JS08-0001-01-VAHIIA). PI.

2013 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (19k€). Projet « simulations expérimentales pour l’analyse des données issues de missions spatiales : evolution d’analogues des glaces interstellaires ou cométaires jusqu’à la formation de composés organiques refractaires ». co-PI.

2012 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (24k€). Projet « Evolution chimique de la matière interstellaire : simulation en laboratoire ». co-PI.

2012 Environnements Planétaires et Origines de la Vie (8k€). Projet « Oligopeptide formation on the primitive Earth : activation, elongation and accumulation ». PI.

2011 Centre National d’Etude Spatiale (20k€). Projet « Evolution chimique de la matière interstellaire : simulation en laboratoire ». co-I.

2011 Environnements Planétaires et Origines de la Vie (6k€). Projet « Oligopeptide formation on the primitive Earth : activation, elongation and accumulation ». co-I.

2010 Bourse d’installation (2k€) décernée par la Mairie de Marseille pour l’aide à l’installation de chercheur et enseignant-chercheur, November 2010.

2007-2008 Bourse post-doctorale financée par le "Centre National d’Étude Spatiale".

2006-2007 Bourse post-doctorale financée par le "National Aeronautics and Space Administration".

Awards

2019 Award from Science pour Tous, section collège, book « La plus grande histoire jamais contée » , https://www.belin-editeur.com/la-plus-grande-histoire-jamais-contee supervised by M. Gargaud, in collaboration with S. Bontemps, A. Crida, G. Danger, E. Javaux, M. Lachièze-Rey, P. Lopez-Garcia, H. Martin, J. Miot, D. Moreira and P. Tassy

2018-2023 Elected as a junior member of the French University Institut (IUF).

09/2014-09/2015 Teaching leave from the CNRS.

2013-2014 Teaching leave from CNRS.

2010 Installation grant (2k€) from the mayor of Marseille, November 2010.

2008 Best poster award at the 15th International Conference on the Origin of Life, International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life (ISSOL), Florence, Italy, August 24-29, 2008.

2008 Grant (500€) to participate to the 15th International Conference on the Origin of Life, International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life (ISSOL), Florence, Italy, August 24-29, 2008.

2006 Grant (500€) to participate to the 6th workshop of the European Astrobiology Network Association, Lyon, France, October 16-18, 2006.

Congress Organization

September 2019 - Co-convener session SB2 "Laboratory measurements and models for cometary, asteroidal, dwarf planet and meteoric material studies including organic matter studies" European Planetary Science Congress, 15-20 September 2019, Genève, Suisse.

June 2019 - Workshop "Bridging the Gap between Astrochemistry and Cosmochemistry". 17-20 June 2019, Carry-Le-Rouet, France.

May 2019 - Workshop "Exobiologie : des missions spatiales aux expériences de laboratoire". 16 May 2019, CNES, Paris.

September 2018 - Co-convener session SB17/AB3 "Organic Matter in Space" European Planetary Science Congress, 16-21 September 2018, Berlin, Germany.

June 2018 - Workshop of programme national de Physique et Chimie du Milieu Interstellaire (PCMI). 25-29 May 2018, CNES, Paris.

May 2018 - Workshop " Existe-t-il un lien entre la chimie du milieu interstellaire et celle des comètes ?" 24 May 2018, CNES, Paris.

May 2017 - Workshop "Apports in-situ de matière organique extraterrestre". 18 May 2017, CNES, Paris.

June 2016 - Workshop "Apports exogènes et origine de la vie". Journée de la SF2A, 14 au 17 June 2016 Lyon.

May 2016 - Workshop "De la diversité moléculaire du milieu interstellaire à l’homochiralité du vivant". 12 May 2016 CNES Paris.

September 2015 - Convener session AB4 "The importance of organic matter evolution from the Interstellar medium to planetary systems" European Planetary Science Congress, 27 September - 02 October 2015, La Cité des Congrès, Nantes, France.

Aprill 2015 - Workshop "L’Exobiologie dans les missions présentes et futures". 9 April 2015 CNES Paris.

September 2014 - Co-convener session LF3 "Earth and Planetary analogue samples and environmental simulators" European Planetary Science Congress, 07-12 September 2014, Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.

March 2013 - Workshop "Evolution de la matière organique au sein d’environnements interstellaires et interplanétaires". 26-27 March 2013 CNES Paris.

November 2011 - Workshop "photochimie en orbite". 7 November 2011 CNES Paris.

Bibliography

Publications

2019

Pu69. Organosulfur compounds formed by sulfur ion bombardment of astrophysical ice analogs - implications for moons, comets, and Kuiper belt objects. A. Ruf, A. Bouquet, P. Boduch, P. Schmitt-Kopplin, V. Vinogradoff, F. Duvernay, R. Giovanni Urso, R. Brunetto, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, O. Mousis, G. Danger*, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 2019, Accepted

Pu68. Sensitivity and resolution optimization in gas chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry analyses of volatile organic compounds present in vacuum environment. N. Abou Mrad, J. Mouzay, S. Werner, G. Danger*, Journal of Chromatography A, 2019, DOI : 10.1016/j.chroma.2019.460489

Pu67. Radical-assisted polymerization in interstellar ice analogues : formyl radical and polyoxymethylene. T. Butscher, F. Duvernay*, G. Danger, R. Torro, G. Lucas, Y. Carissan, D. Hagebaum-Reignier, T. Chiavassa, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2019, 486, 1953-1963. DOI : 10.1093/mnras/stz879

Pu66. Data-driven UPLC-Orbitrap MS analysis in astrochemistry. A. Ruf *, P. Poinot , C. Geffroy , L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt , G. Danger*, LIFE, 2019, 2, E35. DOI : 10.3390/life9020035

2018

Pu65. Noble Gas Abundance Ratios Indicate the Agglomeration of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko from Warmed-up Ice. O. Mousis, T. Ronnet, JI. Lunine, A. Luspay-Kuti, KE. Mandt, G. Danger, F. Pauzat, Y. Ellinger, P. Wurz, P. Vernazza, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 2018, 865, L11.

Pu64. Synthesis of Molecular Oxygen via Irradiation of Ice Grains in the Protosolar Nebula. O. Mousis, T. Ronnet, J. I. Lunine, R. Maggiolo, P. Wurz, G. Danger, and A. Bouquet, The Astrophysical Journal, 2018, 858, 66.

Pu63. Scientific rationale for Uranus and Neptune in situ explorations. O. Mousis et al.. Planetary and Space Science, 2017, 155, 12-40. DOI : 10.1016/j.pss.2017.10.005

Pu62. Development of Liquid Chromatography High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Strategies for the Screening of Complex Organic Matter : Application to Astrophysical Simulated Materials. B. Eddhif, A. Allavena, S. Liu, T. Ribette, N. Abou Mrad, T. Chiavassa, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, R. Sternberg, G. Danger, C. Geffroy-Rodier, P. Poinot. Talanta, 2018, 179, 238-245. DOI : 10.1016/j.talanta.2017.11.008

2017

Pu61. The gaseous phase as a probe of the astrophysical solid phase chemistry. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, R. Isnard, T. Chiavassa and G. Danger*. The Astrophysical Journal, 2017, 846, 124. DOI : 10.3847/1538-4357/aa7cf0

Pu60. The Prebiotic C-Terminal Elongation of Peptides can be Initiated by N-Carbamoyl Amino Acids. N. Abou Mrad, G. Ajram, J-C Rossi, L. Boiteau, F. Duvernay, R. Pascal and G. Danger*. Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017, 23, 7418-7421. DOI : 10.1002/chem.201700702

Pu59. Formation of Hexamethylenetetramine - Comment. V. Vinogradoff, A. Rimola,F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa. Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 2017, 47, 215. DOI : 10.1007/s11084-016-9481-6

Pu58. Cometary materials originating from interstellar ices : clues from laboratory experiments. A. Fresneau, N. Abou Mrad, L. LS d’Hendecourt, F. Duvernay, L. Flandinet, F-R Orthous-Daunay, V. Vuitton, R. Thissen, T. Chiavassa, G. Danger*. The Astrophysical Journal, 2017, 837, 168. DOI : 10.3847/1538-4357/aa618a.

Pu57. 5-(4H)-Oxazolones as Effective Aminoacylation Reagents for the 3′-Terminus of RNA. Z. Liu, C. Hanson, G. Ajram, L. Boiteau, J-C Rossi, G. Danger, R. Pascal Synthetic Letters, 2017, 28, 73-77. DOI : 10.1055/s-0036-1588647

Pu56.Photo and thermochemical evolution of astrophysical ice analogs as a source of soluble and insoluble organic materials in Solar System minor bodies. P. de Marcellus, A. Fresneau, R. Brunetto, G. Danger*, F. Duvernay, C. Meinert, U. J. Meierhenrich, F. Borondics, T. Chiavassa, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2017, 464, 114-120. DOI : 10.1093/mnras/stw2292

2016

Pu55. Radical-induced chemistry from VUV photolysis of interstellar ice analogues containing formaldehyde. T. Butscher, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, T. Chiavassa. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2016, 593, A60

Pu54. Insight into the molecular composition of laboratory organic residues produced from interstellar/pre-cometary ice analogues using very high resolution mass spectrometry. G. Danger, A. Fresneau, N. Abou Mrad, P. de Marcellus, F.-R. Orthous-Daunay, F. Duvernay, V. Vuitton, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, R. Thissen, T. Chiavassa. Geochimica & Cosmochimica Acta, 2016, 189, 184-196. DOI : 10.1016/j.gca.2016.06.014

Pu53. Methanol ice VUV photo-processing : GC-MS analysis of volatile organic compounds. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, T. Chiavassa and G. Danger. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2016, 458, 1234-1241 DOI:10.1093/mnras/stw346

2015

Pu52.Thermal formation of hydroxynitriles, precursors of hydroxyacids in astrophysical ice analogs : acetone ((CH3)2C=O) and hydrogen cyanide (HCN) reactivity. A. Fresneau, G. Danger, A. Rimola, F. Duvernay, P. Theulé and T. Chiavassa. Molecular Astrophysics, 2015, 1, 1-12

Pu51. Laboratory Studies Towards Understanding Comets. Murthy S Gudipati, Ninette Abou Mrad, Jürgen Blum, Steven B Charnley, Thierry Chiavassa, Martin A Cordiner, Olivier Mousis, Grégoire Danger, Fabrice Duvernay, Bastian Gundlach, Paul Hartogh, Ulysse Marboeuf, Irakli Simonia, Tsitsino Simonia, Patrice Theulé, Rui Yang. Space Science Review, 2015, 197, 101-150

Pu50. The origin of life : what contribution of chemistry ? G. Danger and R. Pascal, L’Actualité Chimique, 2015, 393_394, 17

Pu49. Formation mechanism of glycolaldehyde and ethylene glycol in astrophysical ices from HCO and CH2OH recombination : an experimental study. T. Butscher, F. Duvernay, P. Theule, G. Danger, Y. Carissan, D. Hagebaum-Reignier and T. Chiavassa. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2015, 453, 1587-1596

Pu48. Hydrogenation at low temperatures does not always lead to saturation : the case of HNCO. JA. Noble, P. Theule, E. Congiu, F. Dulieu, M. Bonnin, A. Bassas, F. Duvernay, G. Danger and T. Chiavassa. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2015, 576, A91

Pu47. Ice chemistry of acetaldehyde reveals competitive reactions in the first step of the Strecker synthesis of alanine : formation of HO–CH(CH3)–NH2 vs. HO–CH(CH3)–CN. A. Fresneau, G. Danger, A. Rimola, F. Duvernay, P. Theulé, and T. Chiavassa. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2015, 451, 1649-1660, DOI : 10.1093/mnras/stv1033

Pu46. What are the intermediates that could react in the interstellar ices ? F. Borget, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theule, JB Bossa, V. Vinogradoff, F. Mispelaer, S. Muller, D. Grote, and T. Chiavassa. Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 2015, 28, 163-169, DOI : 10.1002/poc.3380

2014

Pu45. Kinetics of the NH3 and CO2 solid-state reaction at low temperature. JA Noble, P. Theule, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, T. Chiavassa, P. Ghesquiere, T. Mineva and D. Talbi. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014, 16, 23604-23615, DOI : 10.1039/c4cp02414a

Pu44. Formaldehyde chemistry in cometary ices : the case of HOCH2OH formation. F. Duvernay, A. Rimola, P. Theule, G. Danger, T. Sanchez and T. Chiavassa. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014, 16, 24200-24208, DOI : 10.1039/c4cp03031a

Pu43. Formaldehyde Chemistry in Cometary Ices : on the Prospective Detection of NH2CH2OH, HOCH2OH, and POM by the on-board ROSINA detection of the Rosetta mission. F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa, and A. Rimola. The Astrophysical Journal, 2014, 791, 75, DOI : 10.1088/0004-637X/791/2/75

Pu42. Development and optimization of an analytical system for the Volatile organic compounds Analysis coming from the Heating of Interstellar/cometary Ice Analogs , N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa and G. Danger. Analytical Chemistry, 2014, 86, 8391-8399, DOI : 10.1021/ac501974c

Pu41. Trapping in water – an important prerequisite for complex reactivity in astrophysical ices : the case of acetone (CH3)2C=O and ammonia NH3, A. Fresneau, G. Danger, A. Rimola, P. Theule, F. Duvernay, and T. Chiavassa. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2014, 443, 2991-3000 DOI : 10.1093/mnras/stu1353

Pu40. Diastereoselectivity in prebiotically relevant 5(4H)-oxazolone-mediated peptide couplings, D. Beaufils, G. Danger, L. Boiteau, JC Rossi, and R. Pascal. Chemical Communications, 2014, 50, 3100-3102. DOI : 10.1039/c3cc49580a

Pu39. Formation of hydroxyacetonitrile (HOCH2CN) and polyoxymethylene (POM)-derivatives in comets from formaldehyde (CH2O) and hydrogen cyanide (HCN) activated by water, G. Danger, A. Rimola, N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, G. Roussin, P. Theule and T. Chiavassa, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014, 16, 3360-3370. DOI : 10.1039/C3CP54034K

2013

Pu38. Thermal reactions in interstellar ice : A step towards molecular complexity in the interstellar medium, P. Theule, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, F. Borget, JB Bossa, V. Vinogradoff, F. Mispelaer and T. Chiavassa, advances in Space Research, 2013, 52, 1567-1579. DOI : 10.1016/j.asr.2013.06.034

Pu37. Diffusion measurements of CO, HNCO, H2CO, and NH3 in amorphous water ice, F. Mispelaer, P. Theule, H. Aouididi, J. Noble, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Roubin, O. Morata, T. Hasegawa, and T. Chiavassa, Astronomy & Atrophysics, 2013, 555, A13. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201220691

Pu36. 2-Oxo-2H-chromen-4-yl propionate. Y. Bibila Mayaya Bisseyou, ; A. Abou ; A. Djande ; G. Danger ; R. Kakou-Yao, Rita, Acta crystallographica. Section E, Structure reports online, 2013, 69, o1125-6.

Pu35. Characterization of interstellar/cometary organic residue analogs using very high resolution mass spectrometry, G. Danger, F-R. Orthous-Daunay, P. de Marcellus, P. Modica, V. Vuitton, F. Duvernay, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, R. Thissen, and T. Chiavassa, Geochimica & Cosmochimica Acta, 2013, 118, 184-201. DOI : 10.1016/j.gca.2013.05.015

Pu34. Kinetic studies on low-temperature solid-state reactions in interstellar ices, P. Theule, F. Duvernay, F. Mispelaer, JB. Bossa, F. Borget, G. Danger, and T. Chiavassa, ECLA : EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON LABORATORY ASTROPHYSICS, EAS Publications Series, 2013, 58, 363-367, DOI : 10.1051/eas/1258061.

Pu33. Thermal evolution of interstellar ice analogs containing formaldehyde, V. Vinogradoff, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theule, and T. Chiavassa, ECLA : EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON LABORATORY ASTROPHYSICS, EAS Publications Series, 2013, 58, 337-341, DOI : 10.1051/eas/1258055.

Pu32. Importance of thermal reactivity for hexamethylenetetramine formation from simulated interstellar ices , V. Vinogradoff, N. Fray, F. Duvernay, G. Briani, G. Danger, H. Cottin, P. Theulé and T. Chiavassa, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2013, 551, A128, DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201220870

Pu31. Formaldehyde and methylamine reactivity in interstellar ice analogues as a source of molecular complexity at low temperature, V. Vinogradoff, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theulé, F. Borget and T. Chiavassa, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2013, 549, A40, DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201219779

Pu30. hydroxyacetonitrile (HOCH2CN) as a precursor for formylcyanide (CHOCN), ketenimine (CH2CNH), and cyanogen (NCCN) in astrophysical-like conditions, G. Danger, F. Duvernay, P. Theulé, F. Borget, J-C Guillemin, and T. Chiavassa, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2013, 549, A93, DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201219779

Pu29. The thermal reactivity of HCN and NH3 in interstellar ice analogues, J. A. Noble, P. Theule, F. Borget, G. Danger, M. Chomat, F. Duvernay, F. Mispelaer, and T. Chiavassa, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2013, 428, 3262-3273, DOI : 10.1093/mnras/sts272

Pu28. 5(4H)-Oxazolones as Intermediates in the Carbodiimide- and Cyanamide- Promoted Peptide Activations in Aqueous Solution, G. Danger, A. Michaut, M. Bucchi, L. Boiteau, J. Canal, R. Plasson, and R. Pascal, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013, 52, 611-614, DOI : 10.1002/anie.201207730 and 10.1002/ange.201207730

2012

Pu27. 2-Oxo-2H-chromen-4-yl 4-meth-oxy-benzoate. A. Akoun, A. Djande, G. Danger, A. Saba, R. Kakou-Yao, Acta crystallographica. Section E, Structure reports online, 2012, 68, o3438-9

Pu26. The desorption of H2CO from interstellar grains analogues, J.A. Noble, P. Theulé, F. Mispelaer, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, E. Congiu, F. Dulieu, and T. Chiavassa, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2012, 543, A5, DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201219437

Pu25. The mechanism of hexamethylenetetramine (HMT) formation in the solid state at low temperature, V. Vinogradoff, A. Rimola, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theulé and T. Chiavassa, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2012, 14, 12309-12320, DOI : 10.1039/C2CP41963G

Pu24. Hydroxyacetonitrile (HOCH2CN) formation in astrophysical conditions. Competition with the aminomethanol, a glycine precursor, G. Danger, F. Duvernay, P. Theulé, F. Borget, and T. Chiavassa, The Astrophysical Journal, 2012, 756,11. DOI:10.1088/0004-637X/756/1/11

Pu23. Pathways for the formation and evolution of peptides in prebiotic environments, G. Danger, R. Plasson, and R. Pascal, Chemical Society Reviews, 2012, 41, 5416-5429, DOI : 10.1039/C2CS35064E

Pu22. From interstellar chemistry to prebiotic chemistry : organic matter evolution toward life, G. Danger, and L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, l’Actualité Chimique, 2012, 363.

Pu21. Aminoacetonitrile characterization in astrophysical-like conditions, V. F. Borget, G. Danger, F. Duvernay, M. Chomat, V. Vinogradoff, P. Theulé and T. Chiavassa. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2012, DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201218949

Pu20. Acetaldehyde Solid State Reactivity at Low Temperature : Formation of the Acetaldehyde Ammonia Trimer, V. Vinogradoff, F. Duvernay, M. Farabet, G. Danger, P. Theulé, F. Borget, J.C. Guillemin, and T. Chiavassa. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012, 116, 9, 225-2233, DOI : 10.1021/jp3000653

Pu19. Solid-state methylamine VUV irradiation study using carbon monoxide as H radical scavenger, J-B Bossa, F. Borget, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theulé, and T. Chiavassa. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 2012, 65, 129-137, DOI : 10.1071/CH11409

Pu18. Activation of Carboxyl Group with Cyanate : Peptide Bond Formation from Dicarboxylic Acids, G. Danger, S. Charlot, L. Boiteau, R. Pascal. Amino Acids, 2012, 42, 6, 2331-2341, DOI : 10.1007/s00726-011-0975-2.

2011

Pu17. Experimental investigation of aminoacetonitrile formation through the Strecker synthesis in astrophysical like conditions : reactivity of methanimine (CH2NH), ammonia (NH3), and hydrogen cyanide (HCN), G. Danger, F. Borget, M. Chomat, F. Duvernay, P. Theulé, J-C Guillemin, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, T. Chiavassa. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2011, 525, A30. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201117602.

Pu16. Hydrogenation of solid hydrogen cyanid HCN and methanimine CH2NH at low temperature, P. Theule, F. Borget, F. Mispelaer, G. Danger, F. Duvernay, J. C. Guillemin and T. Chiavassa. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2011, 534, A64. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201117494

Pu15. New insight on HMT formation mechanism in interstellar ice analogs, V. Vinogradoff, F. Duvernay, G. Danger, P. Theulé, T. Chiavassa. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2011, 530, A128. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201116688

Pu14. Kinetics of OCN- and HOCN formation from the HNCO + H2O thermal reaction in interstellar ices analogs, P. Theule, F. Duvernay, A. Ilmane, S. Coussan, G. Danger, T. Chiavassa. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2011, 530, A96. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201016051

Pu13. Photon-induced enantiomeric excesses in initially achiral solid-state “interstellar” molecules, P. de Marcellus, C. Meinert, M. Nuevo, J.-J. Filippi, G. Danger, D.Deboffle, L. Nahon, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, U. J. Meierhenrich. Astrophysical Journal Letters, 2011, 527, L27. DOI : 10.1088/2041-8205/727/2/L27

Pu12. Experimental investigation of nitrile formation from VUV photochemistry of interstellar ice analogs : acetonitrile and amino acetonitrile, G. Danger, J.-B. Bossa, P. de Marcellus, F. Borget, F. Duvernay, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa, L. d’Hendecourt. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2011, 525, A30. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201015736

2010

Pu11. Chiral molecule formation in interstellar ice analogs : alpha-aminoethanol NH2CH(CH3)OH, F. Duvernay, V. Dufauret, G. Danger, P. Theulé, F. Borget, T. Chiavassa. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2010, 523, A79. DOI : 10.1051/0004-6361/201015342

Pu10. An experimental investigation of the evolution of chirality in a potential dynamic peptide system : N terminal epimerization and degradation into diketopiperazine, G. Danger, R. Plasson, R. Pascal. Astrobiology, 2010, 10, 651-662. DOI : 10.1089/ast.2009.0450

2009

Pu9. On-line sample stacking of peptides in capillary electrophoresis for the study of prebiotic reactions between alpha,alpha-dialkylated amino acids and amino acid N-carboxyanhydrides, G. Danger, R. Pascal, H. Cottet. Journal of Chromatography A, 2009, 1216, 5748-5754. DOI : 10.1016/j.chroma.2009.06.010

Pu8. Process improvement in amino acid N-carboxyanhydride synthesis by N-carbamoyl amino acid nitrosation, O. Lagrille, G. Danger, L. Boiteau, J-C Rossi, J. Taillades. Amino Acids, 2009, 36, 341-347. DOI : 10.1007/s00726-008-0090-1

2008

Pu7. Non uniform charge distributions in capillary electrophoresis : theoretical and experimental approach based on Taylor dispersion, G. Danger, R. Pascal, H. Cottet. Electrophoresis, 2008, 29, 4226-4237. DOI : 10.1002/elps.200800128

Pu6. Chiral separation with gradient elution isotachophoresis for future in situ extraterrestrial analysis, G. Danger, D. Ross. Electrophoresis, 2008, 29, 4036-4044. DOI : 10.1002/elps.200700950

Pu5. Development of a Temperature Gradient Focusing Method for in situ Extraterrestrial Biomarker Analysis, G. Danger, D. Ross. Electrophoresis, 2008, 29, 15, 3107-3114. DOI : 10.1002/elps.200700778

2007

Pu4. Temperature gradient focusing with field-amplified continuous sample injection for dual-stage analyte enrichment and separation, M.S. Munson, G. Danger, J. Shackman, D. Ross. Analytical Chemistry, 2007, 79, 6201-6207. DOI : 10.1021/ac070689r

Pu3. Control of the electroosmotic flow in capillary electrophoresis using polyelectrolytes of different charge densities, G. Danger, M. Ramonda, H. Cottet. Electrophoresis, 2007, 28, 6, 925-931. DOI : 10.1002/elps.200600360

2006

Pu2. The peptide formation mediated by cyanate revisited. Conversion of N-carbamoylamino acids into amino acid N-carboxyanhydrides, G. Danger, L. Boiteau, H. Cottet, R. Pascal. Journal of American Chemical Society, 2006, 128, 7412-7413. DOI : 10.1021/ja061339+

2004

Pu1. Dynamic co-evolution of peptides and chemical energetics : a gateway to the emergence of homochirality and the catalytic activity of peptides. A. Commeyras, J. Taillades, H. Collet, L. Boiteau, O. Vandenabeele-Trambouze, R. Pascal, H. Cottet, A. Rousset, L. Garrel, J-C. Rossi, J-P. Biron, O. Lagrille, R. Plasson, E. Souaid, G. Danger, F. Selsis, M. Dobrijevic, H. Martin. Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 2004, 34, 35-55.

Proceeding with peer review

2014

Pr9. Systems chemistry of alpha-amino acids and peptides , G. Danger, L. Boiteau, JC Rossi and R. Pascal. EPOV 2012 : FROM PLANETS TO LIFE - COLLOQUIUM OF THE CNRS INTERDISCIPLINARY INITIATIVE PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS AND ORIGINS OF LIFE, Bio Web of Conferences, 2014, 2, 04001. DOI : 10.1051/bioconf/20140204001

Pr8. Analyses of volatile organic compounds and refractory organic residues coming from the heating of interstellar ice analogues, G. Danger, F. Duvernay, P. Theule, F. Borget, P. de Marcellus, FR. Orthous-Daunay, V. Vuitton, LL d’Hendecourt, R. Thissen and T. Chiavassa. EPOV 2012 : FROM PLANETS TO LIFE - COLLOQUIUM OF THE CNRS INTERDISCIPLINARY INITIATIVE PLANETARY ENVIRONMENTS AND ORIGINS OF LIFE, Bio Web of Conferences, 2014, 2, 03004. DOI : 10.1051/bioconf/20140203004

2012

Pr7. From astrochemistry to prebiotic chemistry : an hypothetical approach toward astrobiology, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, and G. Danger, Proceeding Soci-et-e Francaise d’Astronomie et d’Astrophysique (SF2A) 2012, acceptée.

2009

Pr6. Analytical developments for the search of enantiomeric excess in extraterrestrial environments, G. Danger, D. Ross, Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 2009, 39, 355-356.

Pr5. V.U.V. irradiation of interstellar ice analogs : a potential source for prebiotic molecules in planetary systems, G. Danger, P. de Marcellus, J.B. Bossa, T. Chiavassa, Z. Djouadi, L. d’Hendecourt, Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 2009, 39, 231-232.

Pr4. A possible astrophysical pathway to the origin of enantiomeric excess in primitive meteorites : laboratory simulations, P. de Marcellus, G. Danger, L. Nahon, U. Meierhenrich, L. d’Hendecourt, Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 2009, 39, 287-288.

2007

Pr3. Cyanate and urea as non-conventional activating agents for amino acids. G. Danger, L. Boiteau, H. Cottet, R. Pascal. European Astrobiology Network Association 2006 Meeting EANA – European Astrobiology Network Association 16-18 October 2006 Lyon, France. International Journal of Astrobiology, 2007, 6, 21.

2006

Pr2. An amino-acid based protometabolic system : The primary pump scenario. Implications on the emergence of homochirality. L. Boiteau, G. Danger, R. Pascal, J. Taillades, A. Commeyras, Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 2006, 36, 267-269.

2005

Pr1. New Synthetic Route to Amino Acids N-carboxyanhydrides from N-carbamoyl Amino Acids : Optimization. Use in Peptide Synthesis. O. Lagrille, G. Danger, L. Boiteau, J. Taillades, A. Commeyras, e-Polymer 2005, n°2, L1358 (http://www.e-polymers.org/paris/data/L1358.pdf). (Proceedings of the IUPAC World Polymer Congress MACRO 2004, 40th International Symposium on Macromolecules, Paris, July 4-9, 2004).

Books

L2. "La plus grande histoire jamais contée des origines de l’univers à la vie sur Terre", éditeur Belin, collections Beaux Livres 2018, coordonné par M. Gargaud, en collaboration avec S. Bontemps, A. Crida, G. Danger, E. Javaux, M. Lachièze-Rey, P. Lopez-Garcia, H. Martin, J. Miot, D. Moreira et P. Tassy

L1. Molecular origins of life : homochirality as a consequence of the dynamic co-emergence and co-evolution of peptides and chemical energetics. A. Commeyras, J. Taillades, H. Collet, L. Boiteau, O. Vandenabeele-Trambouze, R. Pascal, H. Cottet, L.e Garrel, J-C. Rossi, J-P. Biron, O. Lagrille, R. Plasson, E. Souaid, G. Danger, F. Selsis, M. Dobrijevic. Biological Chirality Elsevier, 2004, pp 49-64.

Popular articles

AV1. De l’astrochimie à l’astrobiologie : pour une approche holistique de l’origine de la vie, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, G. Danger, L’Astronomie (Société Astronomique de France), Octobre 2012, n°54, p. 20.

Conferences

International Conferences and Seminars

2019

OI31. Production of various complex high-molecular weight molecules by ion irradiation and implantation in astrophysical ice analogs. A. Bouquet, A. Ruff, G. Danger, P. Boduch, P. Schmitt-Kopplin and O. Mousis. AbSciCon, Bellevue, WA, USA, June, 24-28th, 2019.

OI30. From astrochemistry to prebiotic chemistry : the organic matter evolution toward the emergence of life ?. G. Danger, P. Poinot, A. Ruff, V. Vinogradoff, R. Pascal and L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt1. AbSciCon, Bellevue, WA, USA, June, 24-28th, 2019.

OI29.Evolution of organic matter from astrochemistry to prebiotic chemistry. G. Danger, L. d’Hendecourt, R. Pascal. European Astrobiology Institut, Liblice, Czech Republic, May, 28-30th, 2019.

2018

OI28. From Astrochemistry to Prebiotic Chemistry : the Organic Matter Evolution.G. Danger, L. d’Hendecourt, R. Pascal. European Astrobiology Network Association, Berlin, Germany, September, 24-28th, 2018.

OI27. Ices as a source of complex organic molecules in gas and solid phases of interplanetary Solar System objects. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, L. d’Hendecourt, P. Poinot, C. Geffroy and G. Danger. European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, Liverpool, United Kingdom, April, 3-6th, 2018.

OI26. Ices as a source of complex organic molecules in gas and solid phases of interplanetary Solar System objects. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, L. d’Hendecourt, P. Poinot, C. Geffroy and G. Danger. Wilhelm und Else Heraeus-Seminar on Prebiotic Molecules in Space and Origins of Life on Earth, Bad Honnef, Germany, March, 19-23th, 2018.

2017

OI25. Ices as a source of complex organic molecules in gas and solid phases of interplanetary Solar System objects. G. Danger, N. Abou Mrad, A. Fresneau, F. Duvernay, and T. Chiavassa. Ices in the Solar System conference, ESA, Madrid, Spain, January, 23th-26th, 2017.

2016

OI24. Study of cometary organic composition through GC-MS analysis of laboratory ice analogs. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, T. Chiavassa and G. Danger. ECLA2016, Madrid, Spain, November, 21th-25th, 2016.

OI23. Follow the evolution of organic matter using laboratory experiments : from volatile organics to organic residue. G. Danger, N. Abou Mrad, A. Fresneau, F. Duvernay, and T. Chiavassa. COST Life & Origins, From Star and planet formation to early life, Vilnius, Lithuania, April, 25th-28th, 2016.

2015

OI22. Volatile organic compounds and organic refractory residues coming from the heating of astrophysical ice analogs : an insight in complex chemistry in astrophysical environments. A prerequisite for astrobiology. G. Danger, N. Abou Mrad, A. Fresneau, F. Duvernay, and T. Chiavassa. COSPAR Symposium, Water and Life in the Universe, Foz do Iguaçu, Brasil, November, 9th-13th, 2015. (invité)

OI21. Habitability : a chemist point of view. G. Danger. Mission to habitable Worlds, COST TD 1308 action, Budapest, Hungary, October, 28th-29th, 2015. (invité)

OI20. Methanol photochemistry as a source of complex organic molecules in cometary environments. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, T. Chiavassa and G. Danger. European Planetary Science Congress 2015, Nantes, France, September 27- October 02, 2015.

OI19. Trace the evolution of organic matter in interplanetary objects using residue analogues. G. Danger, A. Fresneau, N. Abou Mrad, P. de Marcellus, F. Duvernay, L. Le Sergeant d’Hendecourt , R. Thissen, and T. Chiavassa. European Planetary Science Congress 2015, Nantes, France, September 27- October 02, 2015.

OI18. Follow the evolution of organic matter using laboratory experiments : from volatile organics to organic residues. G. Danger. From interstellar ices to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons : A symposium to honor Lou Allamandola’s contributions to the molecular Universe, Annapolis, USA, September 13th-17th, 2015. (invité)

2014

OI17. From astrochemistry to prebiotic chemistry : organic matter evolution toward life ? G. Danger. The first symposium of AbGradE (Astrobiology Graduates in Europe) Pollock Halls campus, Edinburgh, Scotland, October, 9th-10th, 2014. (invité)

OI16. Identification of volatile organic compounds coming from the heating of cometary ice analogs- VAHIIA Project. N. Abou Mrad, F. Duvernay, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa, and G. Danger. European Planetary Science Congress 2014 (EPSC 2014), Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal, September 7-12, 2014.

OI15. Laboratory analogs for the development of space missions and their data treatments. G. Danger, N. Abou Mrad, A. Fresneau, G. Roussin, F. Duvernay, F. Borget, P. Theulé and T. Chiavassa. European Planetary Science Congress 2014 (EPSC 2014), Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal, September 7-12, 2014.

OI14. The AHIIA experimental set-up-for understanding cometary chemistry. G. Danger, F. Duvernay, N. Abou Mrad, A. Fresneau, G. Roussin and T. Chiavassa. European Planetary Science Congress 2014 (EPSC 2014), Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal, September 7-12, 2014.

OI13. Formaldehyde chemistry in cometary ices : implication for the Rosetta mission. F. Duvernay, A. Rimola, P. Theulé, G. Danger and T. Chiavassa . European Planetary Science Congress 2014 (EPSC 2014), Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal, September 7-12, 2014.

OI12. What do we need for prebiotic chemistry. G. Danger, F. Duvernay,T. Chiavassa, L. d’Hendecourt and R. Pascal. European Planetary Science Congress 2014 (EPSC 2014), Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal, September 7-12, 2014.

OI11. From interstellar medium chemistry to prebiotic chemistry : organic matter evolution toward Life ?. G. Danger. 8th Japanese-French Frontiers of Sciences Symposium, Metz, France, January 23-27, 2014. (invité)

2013

OI10. From astrochemistry to prebiotic chemistry an astrobiological point of view. G. Danger. AstroMap Workshop "Origins of organic compounds - steps to Life", Madrid, Spain, October 15-16, 2013.

OI9. Laboratory experiments for understanding the chemical evolution of organic matter in astrophysical ices. G. Danger, F. Duvernay, V. Vinogradoff, P. Theulé, F. Borget and T. Chiavassa. European Planetary Science Congress 2013 (EPSC 2013), University College of London, London, United Kingdom, September 8-13, 2013.

OI8. From astrochemistry to prebiotic chemistry an astrobiological point of view. G. Danger, F. Duvernay, V. Vinogradoff, F. Borget, P. Theulé, T. Chiavassa. European Planetary Science Congress 2013 (EPSC 2013), University College of London, London, United Kingdom, September 8-13, 2013.

OI7. What can we learn from astrochemistry and from prebiotic chemistry in an astrobiological context : the case of amino acids ? G. Danger, F. Duvernay, F. Borget, P. Theule, T. Chiavassa, L. le Sergeant d’Hendecourt, R. Pascal. 13th European Astrobiology Network Association (EANA), Szczecin, Poland, July 22-25, 2013.

2010

OI6. An experimental chemical reactor for peptide formation, elongation and accumulation on the Primitive Earth. G. Danger, M. Dobrijevic, F. Selsis, E. Hébrard, L. d’Hendecourt and R. Pascal. 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Bremen, Germany, July 18-25, 2010.

2009

OI5. Epimerization of the N-terminal residue in peptides – The APED model subjected to experimentation. G. Danger, R. Plasson and R. Pascal. European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST Action CM0703 Meeting), Chembiogenesis 2009, Lake Balaton, Balatonfüred, Hungary, October 23-27, 2009.

2008

OI4. Counterflow gradient electrophoresis : high performance separations with very Simple microfluidic devices. D. Ross, G. Danger, M. Munson, J. Shackman, 32nd International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques (HPLC 2008), Baltimore, MD, USA, May 10-16, 2008.

2006

OI3. Cyanate and urea as non-conventional activating agents for amino acids, G. Danger, L. Boiteau, H. Cottet and R. Pascal, 6th workshop of the European Astrobiology Network Association, Lyon, France, October 16-18, 2006.

OI2. New developments in prebiotic chemistry and in capillary electrophoresis. G. Danger, National Institute of Standard and Technology, Analytical Chemistry Division Seminar, Gaithersburg MD, USA, May 23, 2006.

OI1. Novel Strategies for the Control of Electroosmotic Flow in Capillary Electrophoresis. H. Cottet, G. Danger, J. Taillades. MSB’2006 - 20th International Symposium on Micro-Scale Bioseparations, Amsterdam, Netherlands, January 22-26, 2006.

National Conferences and Seminars

2016

ON20. Quel type de matière exogène disponible pour une auto-organisation de la matière, Journées de la SF2A 2016, Université de Lyon, Lyon, 17 juin 2016. (invité)

ON19. Follow the evolution of organic matter using laboratory experiments : from volatile organics to organic residues, Institut de Chimie des Milieux et Matériaux de Poitiers (IC2MP), Université de Poitiers, Poitiers, 19 mai 2016. (invité)

ON18. Analyse par GC-MS de composés organiques volatils provenant de l’altération d’analogues de glace cométaire, Club Sud Ouest : Les techniques séparatives dans l’Aéronautique et l’Espace, Association Française des Sciences Séparatives AfSep, Toulouse, March 10th 2016. (invité)

2015

ON17. From Astrochemistry to Prebiotic Chemistry : Organic Matter Evolution, 3èmes Journées Méditerranéennes des Jeunes Chercheurs, Montpellier, October 12-14th 2015. (invité)

ON16. Analyse de composés volatils et de résidus organiques provenant du réchauffement d’analogues de glace cométaire, Journées de la SF2A 2015, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, 6 juin 2015. (invité)

2014

ON15. De la chimie du milieu interstellaire à la chimie prébiotique : l’évolution de la matière vers le vivant. G. Danger. Xième journée Biologistes, Chimistes et Physiciens,... aux frontières du vivant : une communauté marseillaise, CINAM, Campus Luminy, Université d’Aix Marseille, Marseille, 01 décembre 2014.

ON14. Quel intérêt ont les apports exogènes pour l’exobiologie. G. Danger. Journée de la Société Française d’Exobiologie, La Baule, France, October, 7-9th, 2014. (invité)

ON13. De la chimie du milieu interstellaire à la chimie prébiotique : l’évolution de la matière vers le vivant. G. Danger. Institut de Chimie de Nice, Nice, France, June, 20th, 2014. (invité)

ON12. De la chimie du milieu interstellaire à la chimie prébiotique : l’évolution de la matière vers le vivant. G. Danger. Centre d’Elaboration de Matériaux et d’Etudes Structurales, Toulouse, France, April, 10th, 2014. (invité)

ON11. Expériences en laboratoire pour la compréhension de l’évolution chimique de la matière organique au sein de glaces astrophysiques. G. Danger. Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Bordeaux, Floirac, France, March, 12th, 2014. (invité)

ON10. De la chimie du milieu interstellaire à la chimie prébiotique : l’évolution de la matière vers le vivant. G. Danger. Centre de Biophysique Moléculaire, Orléans, France, February, 7th, 2014. (invité)

2013

ON9. Analyses des composés organiques volatiles et des résidus organiques réfractaires provenant du réchauffement d’analogues de glace cométaire/interstellaire. G. Danger. Atelier "Analogues" salle de l’espace CNES, Paris, France, December 3th, 2013.

ON8. Apport des expériences en laboratoire pour le spatial. Implication pour le développement de l’orbitrap spatial. G. Danger. Atelier "Orbitrap spatial" salle de l’espace CNES, Paris, France, July 10th, 2013.

ON7. De la chimie du milieu interstellaire à la chimie prébiotique : l’évolution de la matière vers le vivant. G. Danger. Rennes, France, June, 19th, 2013. (invité)

ON6. L’évolution de la matière organique au sein d’environnements astrophysiques : Implication pour l’exobiologie. G. Danger. Atelier Evolution de la matière dans les milieux interstellaires et interplanétaires, Salle de l’espace CNES, Paris, France, March, 26-27, 2013.

2011

ON5. De la chimie du milieu interstellaire à la chimie prébiotique : à la recherche des molécules du vivant. G. Danger. JIREC « la chimie et le vivant » - MIEC « logiciels et ressources libres pour l’enseignement de la chimie », Faculté des sciences d’Orsay, Université Paris-Sud 11, France, May, 24-27, 2011. (invité)

ON4. Un réacteur chimique pour la formation de peptides, leur élongation et leur accumulation sur la Terre primitive. G. Danger, L. Boiteau, R. Pascal. 22ième journée de la chimie SFC-PACA, Toulon, France, March, 11, 2011.

2010

ON3. Evolution de la matière organique du milieu interstellaire à la surface des planètes telluriques. G. Danger, T. Chiavassa, I. Couturier, F. Borget, F. Duvernay, N. Piétri, P. Theule. Rencontres SFE 2010, Biarritz, France, September, 27-30, 2010.

2005

ON2. Nouvelles stratégies de modification de la surface des capillaires en silice pour le contrôle du flux électroosmotique en électrophorèse capillaire. G. Danger, H. Cottet, J. Taillades. 1er Symposium de Chimie et Biologie Analytiques, Montpellier, France, September 26-29, 2005.

2003

ON1. Nouvelle voie de synthèse des N-carboxyanhydrides d’aminoacides à partir de N-carbamoylaminoacides : Optimisation. G. Danger, O. Lagrille, L. Boiteau, J. Taillades, A. Commeyras. 13ième journée Chimie Grand Sud Ouest, Pau, France, November 28, 2003.

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