16 March 2018
SCI's Young Chemists' Panel, SCI's Fine Chemicals Group, RSC's Heterocyclic & Synthesis Group and RSC's Organic Division Council
Burlington House, London
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For many years, the UK has produced high calibre synthetic organic chemists, able to retrosynthetically disconnect complex molecules and natural products then solve the challenging problem associated with the forward synthesis. To celebrate this and following on from the success of the previous three competitions, we are pleased to announce the 5th SCI/ RSC National Retrosynthesis Competition.
The event will showcase the calibre of UK chemists from both industry and academia and provide a platform for them to demonstrate their retrosynthetic and forward synthetic prowess. Entries will be shortlisted to a final 10 teams who will then be invited to present. Following the presentations, an exciting line up of the UK's leading academic and industrial synthetic chemists will judge the event, with the top three teams winning specifically designed trophies, in addition to the acclaim and praise from peers, colleagues and the wider Chemistry community for winning the event.
To see last years winning presentation, please click here.For the second place presentation, please click here, and for the third place presentation, please click here.
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We are delighted to announce that the following 10 teams have been selected to compete in the final of the 5th National SCI/ RSC Retrosynthesis Competition 2018: