Science of Synthesis Expert Interviews
Professor Victor Snieckus Dept. of Chemistry, Queen's University, Canada Phone:+1 (613) 533-2239 Fax:+1 (613) 533-2837 E-Mail The biggest chemistry challenges of today for the synthetic chemists are: efficiency, brevity, and atom economy. For tomorrow: a track or device by which an organic molecule will make pit stops, pick up reagents, and get transformed in a continuum to ..."
Professor Ernst Schaumann Institut für Organische Chemie der TU Clausthal, Germany Phone:+49 (5323) 72-2383/72-2519 Fax:+49 (5323) 72-2858 E-Mail I’m convinced organic synthesis is not finished and this challenge goes on. ......"
Professor Jie Jack Li Dept. of Chemistry, University of San Francisco, USA Phone:+1 (415) 422-4914 Fax:+1 (415) 422-5157 E-Mail "I am interested in the C—H activation of heterocycles and in medicinal chemistry..."
Professor Jonathan Clayden School of Chemistry, University of Manchester, UK Phone:+44 (161) 275-4612 Fax:+44 (161) 275-4939 E-Mail "For me, the biggest question today lies at the boundary of chemistry and biology: how does chemistry become life?..."
Professor Tamio Hayashi Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore Phone:+65 (65) 141-547 E-Mail "I have been working on asymmetric catalysis since some years and I think asymmetric C—H bond activation is a great reaction..."
Professor Wolfgang Kroutil University of Graz, Austria Phone:+43 (316) 380-5350 Fax:+43 (316) 380-9840 E-Mail "In society, I think chemists also need to work on the reputation of chemistry, because everything which is "bio" is considered fine but chemistry is..."
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