Inorganic Chemistry Symposium

26 October 2016, Osaka, Japan

The Royal Society of Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Symposium will bring together leading international scientists delivering lectures which cover the broad scope of Dalton Transactions, our flagship inorganic chemistry journal, from inorganic, organometallic, bioinorganic chemistry to photochemistry and inorganic materials.
Taking place in Japan in October 2016, the symposium will comprise three one-day meetings (in Fukuoka, Osaka and Tokyo), each one featuring a selection of Japanese and international speakers. There will also be a seminar on publishing by the Editor of Dalton Transactions.  Registration is free and we welcome any students, researchers and Professors from universities and companies who have an interest in inorganic chemistry.
The inorganic chemistry symposium is presented by Royal Society of Chemistry’s Dalton Transactions and Kyushu University (local host: Professor Yoshio Hisaeda), Osaka University (local host: Professor Shinobu Itoh), and Tokyo Institute of Technology (local host:Professor Osamu Ishitani). It is supported by Chemical Science, ChemComm, Chemical Society Reviews, and Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers.
This symposium is one of three taking place in Japan as part of this series, the other two are:
24 October - Kyushu University
28 October - Tokyo Institute of Technology

Please note lunch will not be provided.

Abstracts are now available to download from this page - they are in programme order.
This symposium is free but please regsiter to guarantee your place.
Please note lunch will not be provided.
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Host - Professor Shinobu Itoh, Osaka University
Osaka University

Hankyu Sanwa Hall, 3F, Icho Kaikan, Osaka University, Suita Campus, 2-2 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka, 565-0871, Japan

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