XXXVII Biennial Meeting of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ)

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The event is one of the most important appointments for the Spanish chemical community. The meeting covers a very broad sample of the most active fields of current chemical research.


Selected Speakers

  • Paul Chirik (Princeton University, NJ-USA, ACS Catalysis Award 2017)
  • Anne Andrews (Semel Institute, University of California Los Angeles, CA-USA, NIH Award 2017)
  • Makoto Fujita (The University of Tokyo, Japan, Wolf Prize in Chemistry 2018)
  • Frances H. Arnold (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA-USA, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2018)
  • Claudio Palomo (University of the Basque Country, San Sebastián, Gold Medal 2017)
  • Jesús Jiménez-Barbero (CIC bioGUNE, Zamudio, Vizcaya, Gold Medal 2018)


Topics

  • Chemical strategies for the modulation of biological processes
  • Calorimetry and thermal analysis in current Chemistry
  • Carbohydrates from monosaccharides to nanostructures. Synthesis, Structure, Interactions and Applications
  • Catalytic small molecule activation & Sustainable CO2 conversion to fuels and chemicals
  • Nanoscience of colloids, molecular materials and polymers for a sustainable society
  • Synergies between Computational and Experimental Chemistry
  • Biochemical Reactions in Cytomimetic Media
  • Chemistry in water, neoteric and alternative solvents
  • Teaching, History and Dissemination of Chemistry
  • Sustainable electrochemical engineering: advances and challenges
  • Advanced inorganic systems
  • Photo-activated processes: from green chemistry to solar fuels
  • Preparation and characterization of membranes in emerging applications
  • Artificial Metalloenzymes and Protein Design: Applications in Catalysis
  • Transition metal complexes with N-heterocyclic (NHCs) and mesoionic (MICs) carbenes: Structures, Materials and Applications
  • Metal-organic (MOFs) and Organic (COFs) networks
  • π‐ Conjugated carbon nanostructures and 2D materials
  • From Chemistry to Nanomedicine
  • Natural Products: from the genome to the production of bioactive molecules
  • Sensing and biosensing: from the bench to the field
  • Supramolecular Chemistry at the Interface of Molecular Sciences, Materials and Biology
  • Synthetic methodology and Target-Oriented Synthesis

 

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