24th Annual Review Meeting: Emerging concepts and techniques in organic synthesis

05 October 2017

06 Oct 2017

Venue: SCI, London, UK
Date: Wednesday 6 December 2017

SCI’s Young Chemists’ Panel is pleased to present the 24th Annual Review Meeting, Emerging Concepts and Techniques in Organic Synthesis, which will address key areas of 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: reaction kinetics, photoredox catalysis, non-covalent interactions in catalysis, and dynamic combinatorial chemistry. The meeting will deliver a comprehensive overview of the material, highlight new methods and introduce (potential) industrial applications. The review lectures will be supported by two plenary speakers: Professor David Procter from the University of Manchester and Professor Martin Smith from the University of Oxford. Book your place today, before the early bird deadline of Friday 27 October!

The programme for the day will include:

  • Non-covalent interactions in catalysis
    Dr Robert Phipps, University of Cambridge
  • Photoredox catalysis
    Dr Daniele Leonori, University of Manchester
  • Dynamic combinatorial chemistry
    Dr Anna Slater, University of Liverpool
  • Misunderstandings in kinetic analysis
    Dr Jordi Bures, University of Manchester

A poster exhibition will run alongside the event, and to participate, please send an abstract of 300 words including schemes and references, plus indicating title and authors to conferences@soci.org by Friday 3 November 2017 with the subject line “24th Annual Review - poster submission”.

This meeting is an excellent opportunity for those in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or agrochemical industries to develop their knowledge in key areas. It is also for those in academia, particularly graduates and post-graduates with a background in synthesis and catalysis. A booklet will be provided to all participants containing the lecture materials as well as extensive literature references that will be an excellent resource for years to come.

SCI Members attending this meeting are able to claim CPD points.

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