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Full Papers, Letters and Reviews in Chemical Sciences

SynOpen is an open access journal reporting current research results in chemical sciences. SynOpen follows the principle FAST, FAIR, FLEXIBLE.

  • SynOpen Full Papers, Letters and Reviews in Chemical Sciences

    Full Papers, Letters and Reviews in Chemical Sciences

    SynOpen is an open access journal reporting current research results in chemical sciences. SynOpen follows the principle FAST, FAIR, FLEXIBLE.

  • WebCheminar series 2022 Thieme WebCheminar series 2022

    Thieme WebCheminar series 2022

    Each WebCheminar will be themed around research topics featured in Thieme Chemistry products such as the journals SYNTHESIS, SYNLETT, Organic Materials, SynOpen, Synfacts and the reference work of SoS.

  • Some questions to Mark Lautens Some Questions to Mark Lautens

    Some Questions to Mark Lautens

    Mark Lautens took over as Editor-in-Chief of SYNTHESIS in 2022. We asked him some questions – and he answered.

  • Nobel Prize Benjamin List Congratulations!

    Congratulations!

    A huge shout-out to Ben List and David MacMillan, both members of the Thieme Chemistry family, for receiving the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. We are thrilled!

News

22.09.2022 ORCHEM Thieme Poster Awards

The Thieme Poster Prize was awarded to Lea Brechmann and Anne Kunz at ORCHEM.

SYNTHESIS editor Thorsten Bach receives the ACS Award 2023

Every year the Arthur C. Cope Fund awards scholars to recognize and encourage excellence in organic chemistry.

07.09.2022 Bromothiolation of Internal Alkynes

Xiao-Cheng Huang describes the metal-free bromothiolation of internal alkynes.

01.09.2022 Photooxidation of Toluene Derivatives into Carboxylic Acids

M. Kirihara and Y. Kimura show the catalyst-free, aerobic photooxidation of toluene derivatives.

31.08.2022 Poster Prizes awarded at BOS 2022

Four talented chemists were honored with SYNFACTS Poster Prizes at BOS 2022.

31.08.2022 Thieme Poster Prize Winner at BDSHC

The Thieme Poster Prize was awarded to Paula Fraňová at the 19th Blue Danube Symposia on Heterocyclic Chemistry.

30.08.2022 One-Pot Synthesis of Diaryl Sulfonamides via Metal Catalysis

Andrew Sutherland reports on the Fe/Cu-catalyzed synthesis of diaryl sulfonamides.

30.08.2022 Gram-Scale Synthesis of Substituted Triarylmethanes

Meng-Yang Chang presents the environmentally benign synthesis of substituted triarylmethanes.

23.08.2022 Thieme Poster Prize awarded at ISCHA-6

The Thieme Poster Prize was awarded to Amandine Luc at ISCHA-6.

Trost Symposium at ACS Fall 2022 Trost Symposium at ACS Fall 2022

Join us for the upcoming Thieme symposium honoring Prof. Barry Trost at the ACS Fall Meeting 2022!

Women in Chemistry Award Nominate female chemists now!

Whom would you award with the Women in Chemistry Award 2023?

Mark Lautens 29.04.2022 SYNTHESIS: Some Questions to Mark Lautens

Mark Lautens took over as Editor-in-Chief of SYNTHESIS in 2022. We asked him some questions – and he answered.

ECAB members SoS presents the first Early Career Advisory Board

We are delighted to announce the first members of the SoS ECAB for 2022-2023!

IBM Research Europe, Science of Synthesis and Synfacts

Cooperation brings together machine learning and expert human-curated data with unprecedented results in synthesis reaction planning

Science of Synthesis — Click Chemistry 17.11.2021 Science of Synthesis: Click Chemistry

This volume describes the most useful click transformations, and their applications in the chemical, biological, and materials sciences.

Web seminar

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Nobel Prize Congratulations to the Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry 2021!

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2021 has been awarded to Benjamin List and David MacMillan.

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