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  • Early Career Advisory Board

    Early Career Advisory Board

    Are you an early career researcher? If yes, now is your chance to become part of the Science of Synthesis Early Career Advisory Board and to be networking with internationally renowned chemists!

  • SYNTHESIS Best Paper Award Winners 2020

    SYNTHESIS Best Paper Award Winners 2020

    Prof. Motomu Kanai, Dr. Kounosuke Oisaki and Kentaro Sakai are the recipients of the SYNTHESIS Best Paper Award 2020.

  • SYNLETT Best Paper Award Winners 2020

    SYNLETT Best Paper Award Winners 2020

    Dr. Philip Kraft, Prof. Quanrui Wang and Prof. Sereina Riniker, together with their co-authors, are the recipients of the SYNLETT Best Paper Award 2020.

  • Dr. Margaret Faul Women in Chemistry Award Winner 2021

    Dr. Margaret Faul Women in Chemistry Award Winner 2021

    Prof. Cristina Nevado from the University of Zurich (Switzerland) has been chosen as the second recipient of the Dr. Margaret Faul Award for Women in Chemistry.

  • Organic Materials New: Organic Materials

    New: Organic Materials

    We are excited about the launch of our new open access journal for the interdisciplinary field of chemistry and materials.

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Are you an early career researcher?

If yes, now is your chance to become part of the Science of Synthesis Early Career Advisory Board and to be networking with internationally renowned chemists!

15.06.2021 Zugang zu N-geschützten Serin/Threonin-derivatisierten Weinreb-Amiden

Naoyuki Shimada beschreibt die Synthese verschiedener derivatisierter Weinreb-Amide.

15.06.2021 Oxa-(4+4)-Cycloaddition-Zugang zu Oxazocin-Gerüsten

Julian Garrec und Alexis Archambeau präsentieren die Pd-katalysierte Synthese von Oxazocin-Gerüsten.

Professor Stanislav Wnuk — SOS Author for Chapter 16.17 28.05.2021 Science of Synthesis Update on Purines

Recent developments in purine synthesis have been reviewed by Professor Stanislav Wnuk and colleagues.

17.05.2021 Kurze Totalsynthese von (+)-Aphanorphin

Yukun Guan berichtet über die Totalsynthese von (+)-Aphanorphin.

04.05.2021 Synthese von Allylarylsulfonen aus Morita–Baylis–Hillman-Addukten und Thiosulfonaten

Raju Jannapu Reddy präsentiert eine effiziente Synthesis von Allylarylsulfonen.

29.04.2021 Fe(III)-Katalysierte Synthese von 1-Chalcogenylierten Naphthalen-Derivaten

Daniel Rampon beschreibt die Ir(III)-katalysierte Chalcogenylierung von Naphthalen-Derivaten.

29.04.2021 Katalytische Synthese von Olivetol und Derivaten

James McNulty präsentiert eine katalytische, oxidative Synthese von Olivetol und verschiedenen Derivaten.

29.04.2021 SYNTHESIS begrüßt eine neue Herausgeberin!

Prof. Corinna Schindler, University of Michigan (USA), tritt dem Herausgebergremium von SYNTHESIS bei.

PS Update 4.10 29.04.2021 Pharmaceutical Substances 4.10 is released

Syntheses, patents and applications of drugs are accessible in an easy-to-use online version. Update 4.10 provides 16 new APIs.

Dr. Narendra Ambhaikar 13.04.2021 Science of Synthesis Phenazines Update

Dr. Narendra Ambhaikar reviews recent synthetic routes to phenazine structures

06.04.2021 Nickel-Katalysierte Synthese von Benzofuran-Derivaten

Chen-Liang Deng beschreibt die Ni-katalysierte, intramolekulare, nukleophile Addition von Arylhalogeniden zu Arylketonen.

23.03.2021 SYNTHESIS begrüßt einen neuen Herausgeber!

Prof. Martin Oestreich, TU Berlin (Deutschland), wird Mitglied des Herausgebergremium von SYNTHESIS.

08.03.2021 Synthese von fluorenonfusionierten Coumarinen

Mohanad Shkoor synthetisiert fluorenonfusionierte Coumarine mittels DMAP-Katalyse.

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