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News

09.08.2022 Synthesis of [10]Cycloparaphenylenes and their Binding to C60

M. von Delius, D. Guldi and T. Drewello describe the synthesis and binding properties of [10]cycloparaphenylenes.

19.07.2022 Improved Scalable Synthesis of the (S,S)-DACH-Ph Trost Ligand

Yongda Zhang presents a new way to synthesize the (S,S)-DACH-Ph Trost ligand.

18.07.2022 Science of Synthesis Knowledge Updates - New Volume Editor

Sophie Rousseaux joins the team as editor of Volume 19 (Nitriles and Isocyanides)

07.06.2022 Science of Synthesis Knowledge Updates – New Volume Editors Announced

Marc Taillefer and Samir Zard new editors for content on nitrogen functional groups

Women in Chemistry Award Nominate female chemists now!

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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.

15.03.2022 SOS Author Spotlight: Lara Malins and Richard Payne

Peptide synthesis explored with a Knowledge Updates chapter on chemoselective ligation chemistry

14.02.2022 SOS Author Spotlight: Philip Harris (Pyrido[1,2-a]indoles)

Latest update to SOS includes synthetic routes to important hetarene systems: pyrido[1,2-a]indoles and aza analogues

14.02.2022 Rh(II)-Catalyzed N–H Amination of Aliphatic Amines and α-Amino Acids

M. Ito and S. Sugiyama report on a Rh(II)-catalyzed method for the synthesis of hydrazines.

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!

14.01.2022 Poster Prize awarded at Pacifichem 2021

Sho Murakami was awarded a poster prize at the Pacifichem 2021: A Creative Vision for the Future and receives a one-year subscription to SYNFACTS.

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

Electrochemistry in Organic Synthesis 08.12.2021 Science of Synthesis: Electrochemistry in Organic Synthesis

Electrosynthesis represents an increasingly viable platform for molecular synthesis; this volume presents the key concepts, strategies, and latest advances.

08.12.2021 Mark Lautens becomes new SYNTHESIS Editor-in-Chief

Mark Lautens will take over as Editor-in-Chief from Paul Knochel on January 1, 2022.

08.12.2021 SYNTHESIS welcomes a new editor!

Prof. Hongli Bao, Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter (P. R. of China), joins the Editorial Board of SYNTHESIS.

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.

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16.11.2021 Novel Nickel-Catalyzed Synthesis of (Trifluoromethyl)quinolines

T. Kurahashi and S. Matsubara show a new synthetic route to (trifluoromethyl)quinolines.

16.11.2021 Synthesis of Quaternary α-Fluoronitriles from Monofluorolkenes

Xi-Sheng Wang describes the cobalt-catalyzed hydrocyanation of monofluoroalkenes.

16.11.2021 Stereoselective Synthesis of (–)-Heliannuol E

Narihito Ogawa reports on the synthesis of (–)-heliannuol E by selective propargyl substitution.

12.11.2021 SOS Author Spotlight: Oleksandr Grygorenko and Bohdan Vashchenko (1,4-Dioxanes)

Methods for the Synthesis and Modification of 1,4-Dioxanes Compiled and Reviewed for SOS

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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