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LUBIRC Breakfast Seminar - Daniel Strand


Tid: 2020-02-07 08:30 till: 09:30
Plats: Marie Curie, Kemicentrum
Kontakt: josefin [dot] ahlqvist [at] fsi [dot] lu [dot] se
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How are functional molecules made? Assembly of complex bioactive structures with light, electrons, and asymmetric catalysis

LUBIRC would like to invite you to our first breakfast seminar of 2020. The seminar will be given by Dr Daniel Strand, from the Centre of Analysis and Synthesis at the Dept. of Chemistry, who specialises in the synthesis of complex molecules. In his own words, the seminar will cover:

Many of the things we take for granted in everyday life have a synthetic origin. Obvious examples include drugs and advanced materials, but even seemingly mundane products like perfumes and cellphones comprise a surprising number of synthetic molecular materials. How these are made remains an important consideration in a sustainable society. This seminar will cover environmental aspects of modern multistep chemical synthesis. Current research on unsolved problems in the synthesis of biologically active natural products provides context.  


As usual, we are providing coffee and sandwiches, so if you would like to attend, please register using the following link: registration 


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