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Québec/Ontario Mini-Symposium on Bioorganic and Organic Chemistry
Dirk Ortgies | added on Jul 08, 2011 | Canada
The 22nd Québec/Ontario Mini-Symposium on Bioorganic and Organic Chemistry is a three day conference consisting of oral- and poster-presentations. It is the premier regional conference in its field of research and provides the possibilities for exchange between graduate students, academic and industrial researchers.
“Frontiers in Catalysis” Symposium in Honor of Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Richard F. Heck
Tim Shaw | added on Jun 01, 2011 | United States
"Frontiers in Catalysis" Symposium is in honor of Dr. Richard F. Heck, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Topics of discussion include practical applications of the “Heck Reaction” to create ultra-portable electronics such as smart phones, iPhones and tablet computers, in addition to technical aspects of catalysis.
Chemistry Central Journal special issue on N-Heterocyclic carbenes
Jan Kuras | added on Feb 28, 2011 | United Kingdom
Papers are welcomed for a Special Issue in Chemistry Central Journal covering "N-Heterocyclic Carbenes". It has only been 20 years since the first stable N-heterocyclic carbene was isolated, but these compounds have already gained widespread use in chemistry, e.g. as ligands in catalysis.