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IYC 2011 (Hong Kong) Official Website Chi yan, stephen Cheung | added on Feb 04, 2011 | Hong Kong Official website at HK with link http://www.hkedcity.net/iyc2011 launched at the end of Jan .You may learn more about IYC and development of the Chemistry discipline in the sub-sections. Visit us often to check out updates of events and resources related to IYC, and of course, share with us your ideas.
RSC/SCI New Technologies in Synthesis and Medicinal Chemistry Jacqui Colgate | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United Kingdom The prudent application of relevant new technologies in medicinal chemistry is one way to increase the quality and efficiency of drug discovery. Everyone working in the pharmaceutical industry is very aware of the need for improved productivity.
22nd Regional Graduate Symposia Novel Organic Chemistry - University of Edinburgh Jacqui Colgate | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United Kingdom For the twenty second consecutive year, the SCI is organising regional graduate symposia. 8-12 Lectures will be given by selected final year graduate students who are completing research for a PhD in the UK.
Green and Sustainable Chemistry and Green Engineering Joyce Kilgore | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United States The premier green chemistry and engineering conference in the United States. More than 20 topic areas. Confirmed keynote speakers include Paul Anastas, one of the "Fathers of Green Chemistry", Janine Benyus of The Biomimicry Institute, H. Fisk Johnson of SC Johnson Company, Inc. and Ei-ichi Negishi, Nobel Laureate.
Exploring Chemical Space: Synthesising the Drugs of Tomorrow Jacqui Colgate | added on Jan 31, 2011 | United Kingdom Organic chemistry is dominated by a remarkably small number of molecular scaffolds. Therefore, the exploration of novel chemical space and molecular diversity remains a fundamental task for academic, pharmaceutical, and agrochemical researchers.