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May 29th, 2007

Expanded Applications in Bioscience and Open Vessel Reactions Highlight 5th International Microwaves in Chemistry Conference

Abstract:
The Keynote presentation was given by Professor Steven V. Ley, CBE FRS, of the University of Cambridge, who is renowned for his work in organic chemistry and the discovery of new synthetic methods. Ley who has been a proponent of microwave synthesis for years, calls it a "strategically important process" for chemistry. The truth of that description was evident throughout the rest of the conference as other speakers presented research using microwave energy in medicinal chemistry, polymer chemistry, nanotechnology, and proteomics.

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