Barry Trost Symposium at the ACS Fall 2022
At this year's ACS Fall Meeting, Thieme Chemistry and Science of Synthesis host a symposium on ‘The Power of Transition Metals: An Unending Well-Spring of New Reactivity’ in honor of Prof. Barry Trost (Stanford University, CA, USA) who is a founding member of Science of Synthesis and an active member of the Science of Synthesis Editorial Board.
Here’s an overview of the agenda, speakers and topics of the symposium (all times in CDT):
Simplifying (het)arene cross–coupling reactions with nickel and visible light
presented by Burkhard Koenig (University of Regensburg)
presented by Tobias Ritter (MPI für Kohlenforschung)
Concepts and catalysts for selective reactions
presented by Dean Toste (University of California, Berkeley)
Transition metal-catalyzed amination reactions
presented by Kami Hull (University of Texas at Austin)
Technology development to enable the advancement of novel therapeutics
presented by Margaret Faul (Amgen Inc.)
Challenge for total synthesis: Atom economy
presented by Barry Trost (Stanford University)
Read the detailed abstracts of each talk here.
The organizers and chairs of this symposium are:
- Prof. Gary Molander (University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA)
- Dr. Fiona Shortt de Hernandez (Thieme Group, Germany)
- Dr. Steven Silverman (Merck & Co Inc, NJ, USA)
Join us for this extraordinary line-up of speakers on Sunday, August 21, 2022!
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