International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The 100th Anniversary Symposium on Organic Synthesis, Japan Yuji Ohgomori   |   added on Sep 12, 2011    |    Japan The symposium on synthetic organic chemistry composed by approx. sixty oral and poster presentations. In the third day, great chemists, Drs. Teruaki Mukaiyama, Kenji Mori, Jiro Tsuji, and Zen-ichi Yoshida will give lecture for Special Seminars.
Topic: organic chemistry, synthetic chemistry, symposium, seminar Audience: students, professional chemists, industrial chemists, post graduate students

Southern Highlands Conference on Heterocyclic Chemistry Roger Read   |   added on Dec 21, 2010    |    Australia 28-30 August 2011. Peppers Manor House, Moss Vale (2 hours SW of Sydney), New South Wales, Australia. 2-day residential conference on all aspects of heterocyclic chemistry. Information: r.read@unsw.edu.au; www.chem.unsw.edu.au/research/conferences/shc2011.html
Topic: conferences, heterocyclic chemistry, synthetic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, organometallic chemistry, natural product chemistry, materials chemistry, drug development, bioactive compounds Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, professors, senior postgraduate research students