Microwaves in Chemistry conference, April 2007
CEM Microwave Technology
Microwaves in Chemistry
CEM is sponsoring the fifth international Microwaves in Chemistry conference at Imperial College in April 2007 - the meeting is returning to London for a record third time
This three-day conference has already generated a lot of interest, and will provide a forum for the scientific discussion of new discoveries, methods, techniques, and technologies in microwave-enhanced synthesis.
A comprehensive poster session is also included.
Chemists of all levels from both academic and industrial communities will enjoy a diverse programme of international speakers covering sessions under the following broad headings: medicinal/organic synthesis; bioscience; and emerging applications.
A user-group discussion meeting is also taking place for those who are already using a microwave peptide synthesiser, or those who are close to adding one to their own laboratory.
This will give the chance to network and exchange information.
Conference registration is free of charge, however places are filling up fast - delegates must register in order to attend this conference.
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