The Bicyclos International Workshop will be held in Budapest from September 24th to September 26th.

The workshop is open to all R&I personnel from both public and private sectors who are interested in carbohydrate research, especially cyclodextrins. On September 24-25, there will be seminars on the sustainable synthesis of carbohydrates and their derivatives, including their characterization and application in devices. The following days, September 25-26, will cover topics such as launching a spinoff company, with seminars by experts from CarboHyde and Cyclarity Therapeutics, and guidance on writing an MSCA proposal, featuring sessions led by coordinators of MSCA projects, which will also include practical exercises.

Register here: Bicyclos International Workshop on September 24-26, 2024

A registration fee of 225 Euro applies and comprises participation in the event, digital copies of the seminar slides, lunches on 24-25 September, and coffee breaks on 24-25-26 September. Registration fees do not apply to Bicyclos staff members.

The deadline for registration is May 31, 2024

The detailed program can be read here

Bicyclos International Workshop

On September 23, the Bicyclos consortium will meet in Budapest to share scientific results, presented mainly by seconded staff, promote discussions, and make a balance of the activity of the first year. We will meet near the Adina Apartment Hotel in Budapest.

Registration form: Bicyclos International Workshop on September 24-26, 2024 (

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CarboHyde CEO presenting at CPHI North America

We are proud to announce that our CEO, Tamas Sohajda, will deliver a talk at CPHI North America in Philadelphia in May 2024.
You can learn more about the “Exploring Excipients” session and other speakers, Denise Reaves, M.S from Jurata Thin Film, and Björn-Hendrik Peters from Bristol Myers Squibb here:

About the talk:
Explore novel applications in neurodegenerative diseases, gene therapy, and biotechnology, showcasing innovative structures, mechanisms, challenges, and results, with a focus on Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, rare genetic disorders, and potential expansion to longevity and infectious diseases, presenting a non-viral gene delivery platform and demonstrating CD utilization in vaccine adjuvants and biotechnological tools.

The first two years of a child (ps: Happy Birthday CarboHyde!)

The first two years of a child bring immense happiness to his/her family. Yet, it has to be recognized that it is also full of challenges, tough periods, sicknesses, and long nights for the parents. There are also many friends and family members who take part in supporting the first years of the baby. Without them, the parents just wouldn’t be able to manage on their own.

These first years are full of discovery and growth. From those first tentative steps to the emergence of words and the opening personality, every milestone reached is met with pride by loved ones. The second birthday is a reminder of the passage of time and the beauty of witnessing a child’s journey from infancy to toddlerhood.

As the child blows out the candles on the birthday cake, surrounded by adoring family and friends, there is a sense of infinite possibilities for the years that lie ahead. Happy Birthday CarboHyde

Carbohyde Welcomes French Students from Strasbourg for an Insightful Visit

We are thrilled to express our gratitude for the recent visit from a group of bright students from University of Strasbourg to Carbohyde. The enthusiasm and curiosity displayed by the students were truly inspiring.

During their visit, the students engaged in meaningful discussions, asking insightful questions about our research and development activities. It was a pleasure to witness their passion for science and witness the curiosity that drives the next generation of scientists.

At Carbohyde, we are committed to fostering an environment that encourages learning and collaboration. Hosting such dynamic groups of students aligns with our mission to inspire and contribute to the future of pharmaceutical research. We extend our heartfelt thanks to the students from Strasbourg for their keen interest and look forward to more opportunities to share our knowledge and experiences with the scientific community.

Educational material on cyclodextrins is available

In the past few years, we have created dozens of educational materials on various uses of cyclodextrin, such as complex preparation, monoclonal antibody formulation, uses in vaccines, gene therapy, and various non-pharma applications.

We collected these decks for you in two easy-to-digest platforms.

Here you can find (and download) the decks:

On our YouTube channel, you can watch them as short videos:

Learn and enjoy!

Bicyclos starting!

As we reported earlier CarboHyde is part of an EU-sponsored 4-year long staff-exhange project, Bicyclos.

Bicyclos is a staff exchange project funded by the Horizon Europe Framework Programme after successful application in the call HORIZON-MSCA-2022-SE-01-01. The project started on September 1st, 2023. We are 9 beneficiaries and 2 associated partners coming from 8 countries in Europe and America. We are all interested in fostering progress of cyclodextrins in biomedical applications.

During this project, CarboHyde staff will spend 30+ months abroad and will host students for 40+ months in the upcoming 4 years doing high level science on moonshot projects – of course, all based on cyclodextrins.

Now its time to start our first journey, as our excellent chemist, Kristóf Felegyi is going to Seville for 5 months to make some fancy compounds at the lab of Jose Manuel Garcia Fernandez.

Farewell Kristof, we expect you back soon!

Live Q&A on Cyclodextrins

Breaking News: Live LinkedIn Q&A Session on Cyclodextrins Unveils Insights from Industry Experts!

Join us for an exclusive live event on LinkedIn as we delve into the fascinating world of cyclodextrins! This dynamic Q&A session brings together industry experts, researchers, and enthusiasts to explore the diverse applications and cutting-edge advancements in the field of cyclodextrin science.

📅 Date & Time: January 23, 2024 14.00 CET

📍 Location: LinkedIn Live –

What to Expect:

  1. Insider Insights: Gain a deeper understanding of cyclodextrins and their versatile applications across various industries, from pharmaceuticals to food and beyond.
  2. Expert Panel: Engage with a panel of distinguished experts who will share their knowledge, experiences, and perspectives on the latest developments in cyclodextrin research.
  3. Interactive Q&A: Pose your burning questions directly to the experts during the live session. Get real-time answers and insights that matter to you.
  4. Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded professionals, researchers, and industry leaders who share a passion for cyclodextrin science.

How to Participate:

  • Follow our LinkedIn page to receive notifications and updates about the live event.
  • Set a reminder for the scheduled date and time to ensure you don’t miss out on this unique opportunity.
  • Prepare your questions in advance to make the most of the interactive Q&A session.

Who Should Attend:

  • Researchers and scientists in the fields of chemistry, pharmaceuticals, and materials science.
  • Professionals in industries utilizing cyclodextrins, including pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, cosmetics, and more.
  • Students and academics interested in gaining insights into the latest advancements in cyclodextrin research.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of a vibrant community discussing the groundbreaking advancements in cyclodextrin science! Mark your calendars and join us for an engaging and informative live Q&A session.

Stay tuned for more updates and surprises during the event! 🚀

If you follow us, you know that we are keen to spread the word about cyclodextrins and create educational content. Now, we would like to get closer to you and answer any questions you may have directly. Formulation, analysis, chemistry, business, future applications, everything is on the table.

Feel free to join and ask directly from our CEO, Tamas Sohajda.

You can register and learn more here: 

📍 Location: LinkedIn Live –

Welcome on board!

We are thrilled to share that our team has grown with two bright talents.

Daniel Bisericaru joined us after a few months of internship (through Università degli Studi di Torino) in the chemistry lab, has experience in the field of chemistry, synthesis and characterization of cyclodextrins and CD-based nanosponge complexes for drug delivery. Dani is a a Red Cross Volunteer, interested in the gym and applying science in it, loves travelling, food and manga.

Balázs Attila Kondoros is a formulation scientist with fresh PhD from University of Szeged in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Balázs has experience in designing and characterizing cyclodextrin formulations and interest in pharmaceutical technology. He enjoys swimming, playing video and board games.

Welcome guys, you make our team more colorful and more powerful!