Alonso Research Group (Grupo de Espectroscopia Molecular, GEM) is a research laboratory at the University of Valladolid focused on the characterisation of the structures of biomolecules and molecules of astrophysical interest using rotational spectroscopy in combination with different techniques for vaporization. Please have a look at our research page for more information on our projects!
Since 2012 our group is a Unit Associated to CSIC involved in an international endeavor to advance our molecular understanding of the universe. Together with laboratories in Spain, Europe and the United States (NASA), we are using high resolution experimental techniques to produce and analyze important possible inter-stellar molecules to meet the needs of the astrochemical and astrobiological community. Please have a look at the Consolider (http://www.icmm.csic.es/consolider-ingenio-astromol/) and Nanocosmos (http://www.icmm.csic.es/nanocosmos) websites!”
The Structure of the Elusive Simplest Dipeptide Gly-Gly
Carlos Cabezas, Marcelino Varela, and Jose L. Alonso
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 6420–6425
Rotational Spectra in 29 Vibrationally Excited States of Interstellar Aminoacetonitrile
L. Kolesniková, E. R. Alonso, S. Mata, and J. L. Alonso.
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 229:26 (8pp), 2017 April
Laboratory millimeter wave spectrum of N-methylhydroxylamine
L. Kolesniková, E.R. Alonso, S. Mata, J.L. Alonso.
Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 334 (2017) 331–334 (in press)
Sweet Structural Signatures Unveiled in Ketohexoses
C. Bermúdez, I. Peña, S. Mata, J. L. Alonso
Chem. Eur. J. 2016, 22, accepted (COVER)