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07.02.2007 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, PRESENT AND FUTURE:
A four-day International Symposium organised in honour of Prof. Léon Ghosez
April 10 - 13, 2007 Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)
There are already 300 participants!
You can still REGISTER for the symposium and if you would like to submit an abstract please send it to us at: ghosezsymposium@LDOrganisation.com
All information is available under www.ghosezsymposium.org.
The Symposium will start on Monday April 9, 2007 for registration. The scientific program will begin on Tuesday April 10, 2007 and finish on Friday April 13, 2007. Along with the 24 invited lectures, the four-day international symposium programme will provide, during lunch time, a forum for presentation and discussion through poster sessions, which will be organised together with a commercial exhibition.
Catalytic and Asymmetric Vinylogous Mukaiyama Reactions: Methodology and Synthetic Applications Dr. Jean-Marc CAMPAGNE, (ENSCM, Montpellier, France)
Novel Ligands and Reactions in Asymmetric Catalysis
Dr. Juan Carlos CARRETERO, (UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA de MADRID, Madrid, Spain)
Selective Reactions and their Use in the Synthesis of Biologically Active Natural Products
Prof. Janine COSSY, (ESPCI, Paris, France)
Fluorous Mixture Synthesis Approaches to Natural Product Stereoisomer Libraries
Prof. Dennis P. CURRAN, (UNIVERSITY of PITTSBURGH, Pittsburgh, United States)
Prof. François DIEDERICH, (ETH-ZURICH, Zürich, Switzerland)
Studies in Natural Products Synthesis
Prof. David A. EVANS, (HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, United States)
New Chemistry from an Old-timer!
Prof. Léon GHOSEZ, (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
Radical Chemistry with Amino Acids and Peptides
Prof. Bernd GIESE, (UNIVERSITAT BASEL, Basel, Switzerland)
Discovery, Understanding and Applications of New Fluorination Processes
Dr. Véronique GOUVERNEUR, (UNIVERSITY of OXFORD, Oxford, United Kingdom)
Novel Modified Nucleobases, Nucleosides and Nucleotides: Synthesis, Biological Activity and Applications
Dr. Michal HOCEK, (IOCB, ACADEMY of SCIENCES, Prague, Czech Republic)
Protein-sized Synthetic Folded Architectures
Dr. Ivan HUC, (IECB, Pessac, France)
>From Supramolecular Chemistry to Constitutional Dynamic Chemistry
Prof. Jean-Marie LEHN, (ISIS/ULP, Strasbourg, France)
Natural Product Synthesis: a Stimulus for Discovery
Prof. Steven V. LEY, (UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Reactivity and Conformational Flexibility: a Study of Bridged Azetidinones
Prof. Jacqueline MARCHAND-BRYNAERT, (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
New Methods for the Preparation of Enantiomerically Pure Quaternary Carbon Centers
Prof. Ilan MAREK, (TECHNION-ISRAEL INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY, Haifa, Israel)
Efficient and Connective Synthesis of Natural Products
Prof. Istvan MARKO, (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
Total Synthesis of Bioactive Natural Products: Complex Targets-Simple Solutions
Prof. Goverdhan MEHTA, (INDIAN INSTITUTE of SCIENCE, Bangalore, India)
Fine Approach to Polymer Synthesis
Prof. Kyoko NOZAKI, (The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan)
Dearomatization of Phenols – Why, How and What for?
Prof. Stéphane QUIDEAU, (UNIVERSITE de BORDEAUX 1, Talence, France)
Chiral Metal Hydrides for Asymmetric Catalysis
Prof. Olivier RIANT, (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
Rapid Formation of Molecular Complexity in Natural Product Synthesis
Prof. Erik SORENSEN, (PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, Princeton, United States)
Adventures in Peptide Synthesis and Molecular Recognition
Dr. Laurent TREMBLEAU, (UNIVERSITY of ABERDEEN, Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
Post-Translational Glycosylation: Problems and Opportunities
Prof. Chi-Huey WONG, (The SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, La Jolla, United States)
Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis
Dr. Hisashi YAMAMOTO, (UNIVERSITY of CHICAGO, Chicago, United States)
A Quest for New Reactions: Some Interesting Perspectives for Organic Synthesis
Prof. Samir ZARD, (ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE, Palaiseau, France)
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07.02.2007 BIO-Europe Spring Launches in Milan:
BIO-Europe Spring(TM) Launches in Milan: Business Leaders, International Biotech Industry and Italian Government Welcome New Springtime Biotech Partnering Conference
Milan, Italy, January 16, 2007: At a press conference held today at the Palazzo Marino (Sala Alessi), leaders from the Italian government, the city of Milan (with the Mayor, Miss Letizia Moratti) and luminaries from both the Italian and global biotechnology industry officially inaugurated BIO-Europe Spring. Held at the Milano Convention Center (MIC), March 5-7, 2007, BIO-Europe Spring will be the preeminent springtime partnering conference for the biotechnology industry as well as a valued counterpart to BIO-Europe, the world’s largest standalone biotechnology partnering conference.
“We are excited that the EBD Group has chosen Milan as the venue to unveil its latest biotech partnering conference, BIO-Europe Spring. When leaders of the global biotech industry gather here in March they will discover a city and region poised to become a leading center for scientific knowledge and discovery, adding to Milan’s well-known reputation as the center of the design and fashion world,” said Alessandro Sidoli, Chief Operating Officer of Axxam and Vice President of Assobiotec, the Italian Bioindustry Association, that organizes the event in partnership with EBD.
Strategic partnering is becoming an increasingly important element for companies operating in the biotechnology industry. In this highly competitive and rapidly globalizing industry, successful partnering strategies help companies gain access to new markets, funding, and identify new intellectual property for in-licensing. BIO-Europe Spring and its sister conference, BIO-Europe, use EBD Group's proprietary state-of-the-art web-based partnering software platform that enables firms from every part of the biotechnology value-chain to quickly identify, engage and enter into strategic relationships that drive their business successfully forward.
“We are proud to inaugurate our new partnering event in Milan, a city that throughout history has seen the technological innovations giving shape and meaning to the modern world,” said Carola Schropp, Founder of the leading partnering firm in the biotechnology industry, the EBD Group. “Designed as the counterpart to our flagship conference BIO-Europe, the BIO-Europe Spring event will feature the powerful combination of one-on-one partnering meetings and company presentations characteristic of all of EBD’s partnering events. It will bring together international decision-makers from all biotechnology sectors, pharmaceutical companies and financial firms.”
About EBD Group
EBD Group is the leading partnering firm for the global biotechnology industry. For over 12 years, firms in the life sciences have leveraged EBD Group’s partnering conferences, technology and services to identify business opportunities and develop strategic relationships that drive their business. EBD Group’s conferences (run in collaboration with leading industry partners and international trade associations such as BIO and Eucomed) include BIO-Europe, the world’s largest stand-alone life science partnering conference; BIO-Europe Spring; the investor conference BioEquity Europe conference (co-organized with BioCentury Publications); and the medical technology partnering conference, BioDevice Partnering. EBD’s proprietary software system also powers partnering at numerous third-party events around the world. Outside of the conference format, EBD Group’s consultants can provide hands-on operational consulting for firms seeking to in- or out license products and technologies.
EBD Group has offices in San Diego, Munich and London. For more information visit www.ebdgroup.com or www.bioeuropespring.com for conference related issues.
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