NJC Symposium: New Directions in ChemistryActivity by Denise Parent | added on Feb 14, 2011 | France
Sponsor(s): NJC, CNRS, RSC Publishing, University of Strasbourg
The "2011 NJC Symposium: New Directions in Chemistry" will feature talks by 8 well-known chemists, all members of NJC's editorial board, working in different areas of chemistry. The presentations will highlight the contributions of chemistry to a variety of challenges faced by our society (environment, health, electronics...).
The "2011 NJC Symposium: New Directions in Chemistry" will feature talks by eight well-known chemists, all members of NJC's editorial board, working in different areas of chemistry (biochemistry, coordination chemistry, organic chemistry, computational chemistry). These presentations will highlight the contributions of chemistry to a variety of challenges faced by our society today (in fields as diverse as the environment, health, electronics, etc.).
- When: April 11–12, 2011
- Where: ISIS Building on the Esplanade Campus of the University of Strasbourg (Sciences Faculties)
- Organizers: Prof. Mir Wais Hosseini (Strasbourg) and Dr Denise Parent (Montpellier)
- Sponsors: NJC, CNRS Institute of Chemistry, RSC Publishing, University of Strasbourg
- Registration: the symposium is free and open to all interested persons. For organisational purposes we ask you to register your attendance by sending an email to email@example.com.
The detailed program is given below.
Monday, April 11th (session 1)
16.30 Helen Hailes (University College London, UK)
"The use of enzymes in synthesis"
17.10 Peter Junk (Monash University, Australia)
"Rare earths as potential corrosion inhibitors"
17.50 Michael Scott (University of Florida, USA)
"Design and synthesis of soft donor ligands for selective binding of harmful f-elements"
Tuesday, April 12th (sessions 2 & 3)
9.00 Barbara Nawrot (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
"Chemically modified small inhibitory nucleic acids"
9.40 Wais Hosseini (University of Strasbourg, France)
10.20 Fabrizia Grepioni (University of Bologna, Italy)
"The growing world of crystal forms"
- 11.00 Break
11.20 Odile Eisenstein (University of Montpellier, France)
"Determining reaction mechanisms in organometallic chemistry with computational chemistry"
12.00 Jerry Atwood (University of Missouri-Columbia, USA)
"New understanding of the organic solid state"
Feel free to attend 1, 2, 3 or more lectures, as you wish.
For further information and updates, please contact Dr Denise Parent at the NJC Editorial Office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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