International Symposia Series on Advancing the Chemical Sciences (ISACS)]
Announcing a major new global symposia series from the RSC
The International Symposia on Advancing the Chemical Sciences (ISACS) is a significant new global symposia series organised by the RSC.
During 2010, the first three symposia will be held on three continents, over three sequential weeks, focusing on distinct subject areas as follows:
Challenges in Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology (ISACS1)
6-9 July 2010, San Francisco, USA | www.rsc.org/isacs1
Speakers: Carolyn R Bertozzi, Stephen L Buchwald, Jason W Chin, Benjamin F Cravatt, Vy M Dong, Justin Du Bois, Ben L Feringa, Linda C Hsieh-Wilson, Christopher A Hunter, Eric N Jacobsen, David W C MacMillan, Keiji Maruoka, Takashi Ooi, Andreas Pfaltz, Peter H Seeberger, Erik J Sorensen, F Dean Toste, M Christina White
Challenges in Physical Chemistry and Nanoscience (ISACS2)
13-16 July 2010, Budapest, Hungary | www.rsc.org/isacs2
Speakers include: Mike N R Ashfold, Moungi G Bawendi, David C Clary, Jianguo G Hou Kopin Liu, Daniel M Neumark, Michel Orrit, Hongkun Park, Vahid Sandoghdar, Alec M Wodtke, Martin Wolf, Toshio Yanagida, Haw Yang, Xueming Yang
Challenges in Inorganic and Materials Chemistry (ISACS3)
20-23 July 2010, Hong Kong, China | www.rsc.org/isacs3
Speakers: Christopher J Chang, Chi-Ming Che, Christopher C Cummins, Makoto Fujita, Michael Grätzel, Hansjörg Grützmacher, Gregory L Hillhouse, Susumu Kitagawa, Jeffrey R Long, Tetsuro Murahashi, Daniel G Nocera, Philip P Power, Manfred Scheer, Jean-Marie Tarascon, Omar M Yaghi, Bing Xu, Vivian W W Yam, Peidong Yang.
Each programme will feature a single stream of a minimum of eighteen plenary lectures, complemented by extensive poster sessions for which contributions are invited for each meeting by 29 January 2010.
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