Conference Contribution Details
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Patrick O'Leary and others as below
Royal Society of Chemistry Awards meeting
Meeting at which 3 awardees of RSC medals presented their work and were presented with their awards
NU Galway
Conference Organising Committee Chairperson
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I both organised this conference and also was asked by the RSC to present my work9.30-9.40               Welcome (Professor Chris Curtin Vice President for innovation and Performance) 9.40-10.40           Prof. Stephen Davies, University of Oxford.  Perkin Prize for Organic Chemistry‘An Odyssey in Simple Chemistry’    10.40-11.10         Dr. Patrick O’Leary, NUI Galway                                ‘Simple idea made complex’11.10-11.40         Dr. Christopher O’Brien, DCU                                ‘Recycling the waste: The development of a catalytic Wittig reaction.’11.40-12.00         Tea/Coffee Chair                     Dr Niall Geraghty 12.00-12.30          Dr. Frances Heaney, NUI Maynooth                                ‘"Bioinspired, Metal Free Molecular Clicking"’12.30-1300          Prof. Thorri Gunnlaugsson, TCD ‘Lanthanide directed synthesis of chiral luminescent supramolecular self-assemblies and materials’ 13.00-14.00          Lunch Chair                     Dr Fawaz Aldabbagh 14.00-14.30          Prof. Donal O’Shea, UCD                                ‘Development and Applications of Mixed Li/K Metal TMP Amide: LiNK Chemistry’ 14.30-15.30        Prof. Klaus Müller, F. Hoffmann La Roche, Basel.  Organic Industrial Award‘Polar Lipocompatible Units for Property Modulation in Drug Discovery’ 15.30-15.50          Tea/Coffee Chair                     Prof. Paul Murphy 15.50-16.20          Dr. Florence McCarthy, UCC                                 ‘(Iso)Ellipticines and derivatives as selective CNS cancer therapeutics’16.20-17.20          Prof. Jonathan Williams, University of Bath.   Homogeneous Catalysis Award                                ‘Title TBA’17.20                     Dr David Rees (Chair Organic Division of The Royal Society of Chemistry) 17.30                     Wine reception
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