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New Horizons in Catalysis

19 Nov 2012 - 20 Nov 2012 - The Mövenpick Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic



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Hype or reality? Much has been made of developments in catalysis in synthetic organic chemistry. This Scientific Update event aims to bring together industrial chemists and academics to learn about emerging catalytic methods and their industrial application. Featuring top speakers from academia and industry, this event will provide industrial chemists with an unparalleled opportunity to explore how catalysis is beginning to change the landscape of process chemistry.

How will this conference help you?

This conference will attract an international audience of around 100-150 delegates and is intended for senior chemists and technical managers from the Pharmaceutical, Fine and Speciality Chemical, Agrochemical, Flavour, Fragrance and Colour Chemical industries.

A detailed, high-quality book of conference proceedings covering all the presentations is provided and there will be ample opportunity for questions and stimulating discussion during the conference.



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