28 Sep 2015
If you have an interest in organic synthesis, Synthesis from the Six Nations II, on 7 October, is not to be missed. Organised by SCI’s Fine Chemicals Group and kindly sponsored by Syngenta, Synthesis from the Six Nations II will take place at SCI in Belgrave Square, London.
The organising committee have brought together six cutting-edge academic researchers from England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. They will enlighten and inspire the audience with an insight into their latest research, covering a fascinating array of topics.
Participating in this Six Nations event will be:
- Ireland: Prof Declan Gilheany - Asymmetric Grignard synthesis of tertiary alcohols
- England: Prof Chris Willis - Natural products: The inspiration for new targets of biological interest
- Wales: Dr Mike Ingleson - Cationic main group Lewis acids as synthetic reagents and catalysts
- Italy: Prof Cesare Gennari - Tumor targeting via integrin ligands: synthesis and biological evaluation of RGD peptidomimetic-paclitaxel conjugates
- Scotland: Prof Joe Harrity - New strategies for the synthesis of boronic acid derivatives
- France: Prof Sam Zard - Radicals in action. Some new perspectives for organic synthesis and for medicinal chemistry
The event will bring together participants from academia, the public and private sectors. Aside from the presentations, there will be ample opportunities for networking during the lunch and refreshment breaks and at an after-event wine reception.
An exhibition will complement the event, allowing participants to talk to relevant company representatives.
You can book onto the event or get further details via the link below. Alternatively please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.