The 14th edition of the “Chimiothèque Nationale Meeting” will be held in Paris, May 10th-12th 2017, at the French National Museum of Natural History. The communication and lecture session on 12th May is open, but registration is required to attend.
i-NPChem supports the 7th French Symposium on Total Synthesis, being held at Orsay on 1st and 2nd June. Free registration is available on the conference website.
i-NPChem supports the ICSN-UPSay 15th Natural Product Symposium, being held at Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles (ICSN) on 29th-30th June at Gif-sur-Yvette. Registration is now available on the conference website. The symposium will be preceded by the i-NPChem workshop on natural product biosynthesis.
i-NPChem organizes a half-day European Workshop on Natural Product Biosynthesis on 28th June 2017 at Gif-sur-Yvette, featuring 5 renowned speakers on this topic. Free registration is required (see below). Continue reading “European workshop on natural product biosynthesis @inpchem”
Summer meeting of the Graduate School “MINAS Microbial Natural Products” on the synthesis, production, and function of microbial Natural Products, from Monday 1st to Tuesday 2nd August at Warberg, near Braunschweig.
Three members of i-NPChem were involved. The meeting was organized by Prof. Stefan Schulz (Univ. Braunschweig). Prof. Andreas Kirschning (participant) and Dr. Bastien Nay (invited speaker talking on “From fungal natural history to bio-inspired total syntheses: chemistries in a Museum”)
The i-NPChem Symposium is going to start on next Monday. The Seine flood currently taking place due to meteorological perturbations should not have any consequence and we confirm the maintaining of the meeting. It will take place at the Grand Amphithéâtre du Muséum, 57 rue Cuvier in Paris (map below). For security reason, bags may be checked inside and it is asked to avoid any bulky luggage.
The deadline for registration has been extended to 27th May at the end of this week. Registration is free (you need an account to sciencesconf.org). The symposium will be held in Paris on 6th-7th June 2016, with 15 speakers from Germany, the UK, Switzerland and France. See also our supporters and sponsors.
Happy to see you in June!