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21st International Symposium on Chirality
Don’t miss the most important Chirality conference in the world focusing on cutting-edge areas of scientific research related to Molecular and Supramolecular Dissymmetry in the Natural and Life Sciences.
Discover cost-effective solutions to solve today’s practical problems.
Take away a wealth of knowledge to increase productivity in the lab.
If the following topics are important to you, you can’t afford to miss Chirality 2009!!
The 21st International Symposium on Chirality will provide the most thorough coverage of all aspects of chirality in the molecular sciences and will discuss the impact of chirality on fundamental, practical, and economic issues in science and technology in multiple disciplines. Founded in 1988, the annual International Symposium on Chirality (ISCD) is the premier scientific conference series focusing on molecular and supramolecular dissymmetry in the natural and life sciences.
Chirality 2009 brings together a diverse international collection of world-class scientists to provide the largest and most thorough coverage of all aspects of chirality, from the tutorial lectures to the most recent advances in the field. The broad spectrum of presentations will create an interdisciplinary forum highlighting the following scientific themes: Chiral peptides and polynucleotides; Enantioselective synthesis; Chiroptical and NMR spectroscopy; Materials chirality; Preparative resolution; Frontiers of chiral analysis; Nonbiological enantioenrichment and the origins of life; Biological chirality and pharmacology; and Stereochemical terminology. Abstracts may be submitted by clicking here.
Course 1: Supermolecular Stereochemistry in Liquid Crystals
Course 1: Chiroptical Spectroscopy of Pharmaceuticals and Biomolecules
Course 3: Introduction to Chiral Separations
Course 4: Preparative Chiral Separations
Don’t miss ISCD-21, covering the impact of all aspects of chirality in the molecular sciences on fundamental and practical issues in science and technology in multiple disciplines.
July 12-15, 2009 Breckenridge, Colorado, USA
Featured session that will probe the latest thinking on nonbiological enantioenrichment and the origins of life, with a special concluding discussion/round table, moderated by Professor Kurt Mislow, Princeton University—promises to be controversial and entertaining!
And the winner is... Professor Ben Feringa, from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. Professor Feringa's Chirality Medal Award Lecture will take place on Sunday Evening, July 12.
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