3 December 2012
The Young Chemists' Panel held their 19th Annual Review Meeting: Advances in asymmetric synthesis on Monday 26 November.
The aim of this meeting was to explore four "hot" topics in asymmetric synthesis research and deliver a comprehensive overview, highlighting new methods and reviewing the latest applications and concepts.
Available Conference Papers
- Recent advances in hydrogen bonding catalysis, Dr Andre Cobb, University of Reading
- Asymmetric nucleophilic catalysis, Dr Dave Carbery, University of Bath
- Asymmetric cross-coupling reactions of alkyl electrophiles, Dr Nathan Owston, University of Newcastle
- Current methods for the stereocontrolled assembly of (chiral) heterocycles, Dr Eddy Viseux, University of Sussex
- Development and scale-up of a convergent asymmetric synthesis of a renin inhibitor for the treatment of hypertension, Dr Jeremy Scott, Merck Sharp & Dohme Inc