Organic Chemistry Symposia - Tokyo

3 June 2015, Tokyo, Japan


Introduction
The Organic Chemistry Symposium will bring together leading international scientists delivering lectures which cover the broad spectrum of organic synthesis, from small organic molecules to biomolecules and organic materials.

Taking place in Japan in June 2015, the symposium will comprise three one-day meetings (in Sendai, Tokyo and Kyoto), each one featuring a selection of Japanese and international speakers. There will also be seminars on publishing by Royal Society of Chemistry journal Editors. Registration is free and we welcome any students, researchers and Professors from universities and companies who have an interest in organic chemistry.

The organic chemistry symposium is presented by Royal Society of Chemistry’s organic chemistry journals (Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry and Organic Chemistry Frontiers) and Tohoku University, University of Tokyo and Kyoto University. It is supported by Chemical Science, ChemComm and Chemical Society Reviews.

This symposium is one of three taking place in Japan as part of this series, the other two are:

Tohoku University, Sendai (1 June): rsc.li/oc-symposia-sendai
Kyoto University, Kyoto (5 June): rsc.li/oc-symposia-kyoto

Registration for the Tokyo symposium is now open. See 'book now' top right, for details.

You can now view speaker biographies and download abstracts of their talks by selecting 'more information', below.


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Tokyo University

Takeda Hall, Tokyo University, Takeda Building, Hongo Campus, Tokyo, Japan

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The organic chemistry symposium is presented by Royal Society of Chemistry’s organic chemistry journals (Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry and Organic Chemistry Frontiers) and Tohoku University, University of Tokyo and Kyoto University. It is supported by Chemical Science, ChemComm and Chemical Society Reviews.
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