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Conference Announcement

- IUPAC-sponsored event -

14th International Conference on Organic Synthesis (ICOS-14)
14-19 July 2002, Christchurch, New Zealand

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This biennial IUPAC-sponsored conference is one of the premier meetings on synthetic organic chemistry and is well attended by organic chemists from around the world. It has a reputation for attracting high-profile synthetic organic chemists as speakers. Because the conference has never been held in Australasia before, it is anticipated that the New Zealand site will enable more participants from the Southern Hemisphere to attend.

The conference organizers have made a commitment to hold symposia on some of the newer aspects of organic synthesis, such as combinatorial chemistry and green chemistry. Subsections are planned on robots in organic synthesis, combinatorial chemistry, green organic synthesis, new synthetic methods, stereoselective synthesis, metal-mediated synthesis, total synthesis of bioactive compounds, and synthesis of supramolecular systems. Approximately 500 scientific participants from around the world are expected to attend ICOS-14.

For further information, contact Prof. Margaret A. Brimble, Department of Chemistry, University of Auckland, 23 Symonds St., Auckland, New Zealand; E-mail: m.brimble@auckland.ac.nz; Tel.: +64 9 373 7599, Ext. 8259; Fax: +64 9 373 7422.

> Published in Chem. Int. 22(5), 2000

* Sponsorship by IUPAC attests to the quality of the scientific program and indicates the host country's assurance that scientists from all countries may participate.
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