Chemistry Meets Technology II

9th December 2002 at the SCI Headquarters, Belgrave square, London

This meeting is jointly organised by the RSC High Throughput Chemistry & New Technologies Group and the Society of Chemical Industry Fine Chemicals Group.

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, 9 December 2002
Location: SCI Lecture Theatre, 14/15 Belgrave Square.
Application and Fees: £ 117.21 for RSC & SCI members. £ 160.39 for non-RSC & SCI members. £ 58.60 for RSC Students & £ 80.20 for non-RSC Students . Fees include lunch, refreshments.
For Further Information: Please contact Michele Sahrle, see "Contact Us". DeadLine for registration is 3 December 2002
Exhibition: An exhibition will be run alongside the meeting, Argonaut Technologies, Biotage UK, Mettler Toledo Automated Chemistry, Personal Chemistry and Zinsser Analytic, are participating.

Chairman: Dr Tony Raynham, Chairman of the RSC HTCNT
09:00 Registration and Coffee
09:50 Introduction
10:00 Systems-Based Combinatorial Chemistry.
Jon Ellman - University of California, Berkeley
10:40 High Throughput Chemistry: Transforming Drug Discovery
Dave Hunter - GlaxoSmithKline.
11:20 Bead Based Technologies - Screening, Sensing and Separating
Mark Bradley - University of Southampton
12:00 Lunch
Chairman: A Ganesan, University of Southampton
13:00 Progress towards the Automated Synthesis of Solution-Phase Libraries
John Reader - Millennium Pharmaceuticals
13:40 C-H Bond Activation in Complex Organic Synthesis
Dalibor Sames - Columbia University
14:20 Case studies in the application of non-combinatorial chemistry to lead discovery
Mark Gardner - Pfizer Ltd
15:00 Tea and Coffee
Chairman: Bill MacLachlan, Treasurer of RSC HTCNT
15:25 'INSIGHT' - a new Faraday Partnership for High Throughput Technologies
Steve Fletcher - Director, INSIGHT Faraday Partnership.
15:40 Evolution in the Test Tube as a Means to Create Enantioselective Enzymes
Manfred Reetz - Max-Planck-Institut.
16:20 KEYNOTE LECTURE, The Pharmaceutical Industry does it have a future?
Roger Newton - Maybridge
17:00 WINE RECEPTION - LAUNCH of INSIGHT - the new Faraday Partnership on HTT for product and process development, hosted by core partner, LGC
19:00 Finish