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Registrations Open! Lead-Oriented Synthesis: Exploring Drug-Relevant Chemical Diversity

Join us on September 25th for a meeting designed to stimulate a broader recognition of, and solutions to, the challenges of lead-oriented synthesis.  More information, including confirmed speakers, can be found here.

Chemistry Central Journal launches Dial-a-Molecule Thematic Series

Dial-a-Molecule are pleased to announce that Chemistry Central Journal have launched the "Dial-a-Molecule" Thematic Series, and the first two papers from Natalie Fey and Bao Nguyen are now available to view online.

Meeting Report: Making Molecules to Make Materials

"Making Molecules to Make Materials" was a two day meeting hosted by the EPSRC Dial-a-Molecule and Directed Assembly Grand Challenges for Early Career Researchers from the two Networks.  A report on the meeting can be found here.

Chemical Synthesis in the 21st Century:  Annual Meeting 2015

Chemical Synthesis in the 21st Century: Annual Meeting 2015

Registration is now open for the 2015 Dial-a-Molecule Annual Meeting: Chemical Synthesis in the 21st Century.  Join us at the University of Warwick on 30 June and 1 July for our annual showcase of all things Dial-a-Molecule.  Find out more here.

Closed Loop Optimisation of Synthesis:  Meeting Report

Closed Loop Optimisation of Synthesis: Meeting Report

 Closed Loop Optimisation of Synthesis” was held at GSK’s Stevenage site on 16 April 2015.  The meeting was designed to bring together researchers from chemistry and beyond, with both academic and industrial backgrounds, to discuss the state of the art and new developments in the field of closed loop optimisation.  Find the meeting report here.