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Hot Topics in Organic Synthesis

The 23rd Annual Review Meeting: Hot Topics in Organic Synthesis organised by the SCI Young Chemists’ Panel, will address key areas of cutting-edge contemporary synthetic organic chemistry. An exciting line-up of leading early career academics will deliver a series of review lectures covering a range of topics: C-H activation, organocatalysis, natural product synthesis, frustrated Lewis pair(s) and new fragments in drug discovery. The meeting will deliver a comprehensive overview of the material, highlighting new methods and reviewing the latest applications and concepts in these areas. Particular attention will be given to demystifying those techniques that would be less familiar to an organic chemistry audience, with a focus on (potential) industrial application. The review lectures will be supported by the keynote speaker, Prof Jonathan Clayden from the University of Bristol.

Who should attend?

The meeting is ideally suited to those working in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or agrochemical industries who want to develop their knowledge in key areas. It is also aimed at graduates and post-graduates with a background in organic synthesis.

 

Sector Types: Bioscience
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Date and time

Start Date :
01/12/16
End Date:
01/12/16
Duration :
09:00 – 17:00
Type :

Organiser details

Organiser :
SCI Young Chemists’ Panel

Address details

Venue :
SCI London