16th Tetrahedron Symposium
Challenges in Bioorganic & Organic Chemistry
16-19 June 2015 | Grand Hyatt Berlin, Germany
Elsevier’s Tetrahedron Symposium is the recognised annual meeting and information point for reporting advances in Bioorganic & Organic Chemistry. The intention of this conference is to provide an intimate and relaxed environment, to stimulate fresh thinking and creative ideas, in a scientific field impacting so importantly on life and medical sciences.
A pre-conference workshop ‘The Academia-Industry Interface in Chemistry and Drug Discovery’ will take place on Tuesday 16 June. More….
The symposium will also highlight the key role of chemistry in the discovery and development of new therapeutic agents for human diseases. Each event brings together over 500 leading individuals to discuss the most relevant issues at that moment. The symposium is run in conjunction with Elsevier’s leading biochemical journals.
- Stereoselective synthesis
- Synthesis and property of functional molecules
- Total synthesis of natural products
- New reagents, catalysts, strategies and concepts for organic synthesis
- Bioorganic chemistry and medicinal chemistry
- Molecular recognition
- Organic materials
What to expect from the Symposium:
- Learn from internationally renowned researchers in a comprehensive programme covering all aspects of organic synthesis; bioorganic, medicinal and computational chemistry; molecular recognition and the organic chemistry of materials.
- Understand the current state of research and the challenges to future discovery.
- Present your latest research as a poster (or a possible oral presentation)
- Network with the editors of the Tetrahedron journals, meet with international colleagues, visit the trade stands and grow your LinkedIn connections.
- Experience the beautiful, historic city of Berlin in your spare time!
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- Emily Balskus, USA
- Thorsten Bach, Germany
- Scott Denmark, USA
- Gregory Fu, USA
- Neil Garg, USA
- Karl Hale, UK
- John Hartwig, USA
- Michael Krische, USA
- Maja Köhn, Germany
- Stephen Martin, USA
- Masahiro Murakami, Japan
- Yoshiaki Nakao, Japan
- Takashi Ooi, Japan
- Viresh Rawal, USA
- Richmond Sarpong, USA
- Toshiaki Sunazuka, Japan
- Regan Thomson, USA
- Shu-Li You, China
- John Wood, Baylor University, USA
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