The Synthesis from the Six Nations II symposium will focus on exciting synthetic chemistry from around Europe. Synthetic chemistry is a core technology that underpins research and development in fields such as medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical process development and agrochemicals and is also a major area of academic research. The breadth and speed of progress in the field will be probed by bringing together six high profile academics whose cutting edge research covers the spectrum of synthetic organic chemistry, including synthetic methodologies, invention of new catalysts and total synthesis of bioactive natural products. The Six Nations theme allows the organisers to invite an eminent and diverse panel of speakers from England, Ireland, France, Wales, Scotland and Italy.
Helen Gibb (send an email)
Asymmetric Grignard synthesis of tertiary alcohols.
Natural products: The inspiration for new targets of biological interest.
Cationic main group Lewis acids as synthetic reagents and catalysts.
Tumor targeting via integrin ligands: synthesis and biological evaluation of RGD peptidomimetic-paclitaxel conjugates.
New strategies for the synthesis of boronic acid derivatives.
Radicals in action. Some new perspectives for organic synthesis and for medicinal chemistry.
Early Bird Fees - before 4 September 2015
SCI Member GB£150
SCI Student Member GB£50
SCI Subsidised Member GB£100
Standard Fees - after 4 September 2015
SCI Member GB£180
SCI Student Member GB£60
SCI Subsidised Member GB£120