Royal Society of Chemistry High Throughput Chemistry and New Technologies Group Inaugural Conference - Imperial College 17 December 2001

The evolution of high throughput chemistry has brought chemists working in close collaboration with mechanical and software engineers who provide an array of enabling technologies.

Date: Monday, 17 December 2001
Location: Imperial College, London, Lecture Theatre 342 Mechanical Engineering Building.
Application and Fees: £ 85 plus VAT for RSC Members. £ 120 plus VAT for non-RSC Members. Fees include lunch, refreshments and free membership of RSC HTCNT for one year.
For Further Information: Please contact Michele Sahrle, see "Contact Us". DeadLine for registration is 3 December 2001
Exhibition: An exhibition will be run alongside the meeting, Aldrich, CEM, Combipure, Genevac, Novabiochem, Radleys and Zinsser are participating.

Chairman: Dr Tony Raynham, Chairman of the RSC HTCNT
09:00 Registration and Coffee
09:50 Introduction
10:00 Advances in the Design of Reagents for Parallel Synthesis.
Tony Barrett - Imperial College
10:40 Clinical Candidates Discovered with the Aid of combinatorial Technologies
Steve Kaldor - Eli Lilly & Co.
11:20 Amplification of New Receptors from Dynamic Combinatorial Libraries: Synthesis Under Thermodynamic Control
Jeremy Sanders - University of Cambridge
12:00 Lunch
Chairman: Dr Bill MacLachlan, Treasurer of the RSC HTCNT
13:00 Improving Polymer - supported Chiral Catalysts
Phil Hodge - University of Manchester
13:40 The Use of High Throughput X-ray Crystallography and Drug Fragment Screening in Lead Identification
Robin Carr - Astex Technology
14:20 Miniaturisation, What's in it for Chemistry?
Steve Haswell - University of Hull
15:00 Tea and Coffee
Chairman: Dr Steve Smith, Syngenta
15:30 Introduction
15:40 Supported Reagents & Microwaves in Organic Synthesis
Ian Storer - University of Cambridge
16:20 KEYNOTE LECTURE High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry
Brian Warrington - GlaxoSmithKline
17:00 Mulled Wine and Mince Pies
19:00 Finish