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MAOS 2007 Microwave Assisted Organic Synthesis Congress
South San Francisco Conference Center
255 South Airport Boulevard
South San Francisco, CA
http://www.selectbiosciences.com/conferences/MAOS2007/index.aspx

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, October 3, 2007
10:20:00 Coffee and Networking in Exhibition Area
13:45:00 New Chemistries by Microwave-assisted, Continuous Flow, Organic Synthesis Keynote Address David Morgan
15:15:00 Integrating Microwave Sythesis with Emerging Chemical Technologies Flow Processing and Scale-up Bruce Clapham
15:45:00 Use of Microwave Reactors for Scale-up in a Kilolab Flow Processing and Scale-up Hans Joerg Lehmann
Thursday, October 4, 2007
09:05:00 Priced to Sell: New Reagents for Catalysis of Heterogeneous Cross-Couplings Keynote Address Bruce H Lipshutz
10:20:00 Coffee and Networking in Exhibition Area
11:05:00 Technology Spotlight Session Organic Synthesis | Part II Luis Enrique Martinez
11:10:00 From Reaction Screening to the Kilogram Lab - Microwave-assisted Synthesis in a Single Unit Organic Synthesis | Part II Alexander Stadler
11:40:00 Advances in Microwave Assisted Organic Synthesis Organic Synthesis | Part II Farah Mavandadi
12:00:00 Microwave Induced Thermal Gradients in Solventless Reaction Systems Organic Synthesis | Part II Dariusz Bogdal
12:10:00 Lunch and Poster Viewing
13:40:00 Emerging Technologies Organic Synthesis | Part II Michael G Organ
13:45:00 Microwave-Assisted Proteomics in the Biotechnology Area Organic Synthesis | Part II Wendy Sandoval
14:15:00 Microwave-Assisted Solid-phase Peptide Synthesis Organic Synthesis | Part II C. Oliver Kappe
15:15:00 Expanding the Scope of Microwave-promoted Chemistry Organic Synthesis | Part II Nicholas Leadbeater
15:45:00 Close of Conference
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