29 No. 2
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8–11 August 2007
an integral part of the 41st IUPAC Congress, the Organic and
Biomolecular Chemistry Division of IUPAC will be holding a
Symposium. This four-day CHEM-BIO-TECH symposium
will comprise IUPAC’s 1st Symposium on Chemical Biotechnology
(ISCB-1) held jointly with IUPAC’s 8th Symposium on
Bio-organic Chemistry (ISBOC-8).
In designing the program, the goal has been to focus on work
at the interface of biotechnology and biomolecular chemistry
from which many key industrial and academic advances have
sprung. The program embraces a variety of topics ranging from
novel drug discovery, biosynthesis, biocatalysis, and organic
synthesis through artificial enzymes and other emerging biotechnological
applications. Attention will be devoted to the industry’s
experience in drug research and in biotechnological production.
- Natural Products, Synthesis, Biosynthesis, Isolation
- Industrial Application of Bio-Organic Chemistry and Biotechnology
- Bio-Organic and Bio-Inorganic Chemistry, Biosynthesis, Biocatalysis, Artificial Enzymes
- Analytical Methods Applied to Molecular Recognition
- Natural Products, Nucleic Acids
Francesco Nicotra <firstname.lastname@example.org> (University of Milano Bicocca) is the symposium chair and Mary Garson <email@example.com> (University of Queensland) is the co-chair.
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