Flow Chemistry gets SYNFACTED!
A new SYNFACTS category is waiting for you to be discovered. Be prepared for some exciting article highlights of the field!
Poster Prize awarded at JCS
Jacqueline Pollini received a poster prize at the 9th Junges Chemie Symposium in Ruhr and receives an edition of Protecting Groups.
Poster Prize awarded at 22-ICOS
Joseph Wang received a poster prize at the 22-ICOS in Florence and receives a one-year subscription to SYNFACTS.
Tim Swager receives ACS Award
Tim Swager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, receives the ACS Award 2019 in the field of polymer chemistry.
Poster Prize awarded at ECHC
Juzeng An received a poster prize at the ECHC 2018 in Lecce and receives a one-year subscription to SYNFACTS.
Poster Prize awarded at ORCHEM
Marlen Externbrink received a poster prize at the ORCHEM 2018 in Berlin and receives a one-year subscription to SYNFACTS.
Portrait of Dr. Margaret Faul
On the occasion of the first Women in Chemistry Award which will be awarded in 2019, we want to introduce Dr. Margaret Faul, after whom the award is named.
Flow Chemistry in Organic Synthesis
This new Science of Synthesis volume shows the enabling power of continuous flow to access new reaction types and different chemistry space.
Poster Prize awarded at ICOMC 2018
Marc-Kevin Zaretzke received a poster prize at the 28th International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry and receives a one-year subscription to SYNFACTS.
SynOpen welcomes a new editor!
Dr. Philippa Cranwell, University of Reading (UK), joins the Editorial Board of the open access journal SynOpen.
FACS 2018: Poster prize awarded
The SYNFACTS Poster Prize at the 17th French-American Chemical Society Meeting, Orléans, was awarded to Marie-Aude Hiebel
Catalytic Reduction in Organic Synthesis
Catalytic reductions are among the most used synthetic transformations. These two volumes focus on recent developments in catalytic hydrogenation methodology.
Rubén Martín receives Hirata Award
SYNLETT Editor Rubén Martín, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), Spain, is the winner of the Hirata Award 2018.