21st International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry

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21st International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry

21st International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry

20 - 23 July 2009
St Catherine's College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Introduction

The Organic Division of the RSC is pleased to announce the 21st International Symposium on Synthesis in Organic Chemistry, which will be held at St Catherine's College, Oxford, from Monday 20 to Thursday 23 July 2009.

The symposium is the next in this biennial series.The first meeting was in Oxford in 1969, and since then the meetings have alternated between Oxford and Cambridge. Synthesis in Organic Chemistry provides an international showcase for the core area of organic chemistry - synthesis. The symposium covers all aspects of contemporary organic synthesis and provides a forum for the ever more exciting methodologies and strategies that continue to emerge.

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Scientific Committee

Professor Steve Davies, University of Oxford, UK (Chair)
Professor Richard Taylor, University of York, UK
Professor Jeremy Robertson, University of Oxford, UK
Professor Tim Donohoe, University of Oxford, UK
Professor Laurence Harwood, University of Reading, UK
Professor Ian Paterson, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr Alison Hulme, University of Edinburgh, UK
Dr Matthew Gaunt, University of Cambridge, UK 

Lectures

All lectures in the programme are by invitation, and comprise a mixture of main keynote lectures and supporting lectures, in single session format.

Who should attend?

Synthesis in Organic Chemistry will be a high-point in the year for academics, post doctoral researchers and students in universities, as well as those involved in research and development and discovery chemists in industry.

Discover Chemistry

The RSC is grateful to Discover Chemistry for funding the attendance of five young UK academics at the 21st International Symposium on Synthesis in Organic Chemistry.