GSK Stevenage, 25 September 2015 Lead-Oriented Synthesis: Exploring Drug-Relevant Chemical Diversity was a one-day meeting organized by the Dial-a-Molecule Grand Challenge Network, and held at GlaxoSmithKline’s Stevenage site on September 25, 2015. The meeting attracted 92 registered delegates, and featured scientific talks from academic and industrial leaders in the field. It also coincided with the …
University of Leeds, 16-17 September 2015 The Dial-a-Molecule Grand Challenge Network has been particularly active in promoting the education and deployment of statistical methods in Chemistry Research. Previous events held under this sub-theme of the Network have indicated that although the tools and techniques are widely used in Industry, many academics have never exploited them …
Smart Materials: Efficiency, Complexity and Design Wednesday 21st October Scarman House, Warwick Conferences A one-day meeting designed to bring together leaders in the UK polymer and synthetic chemistry communities to identify the key challenges, collaborative opportunities and funding consortia to meet the challenges of Smart Materials research. The UK is a global leader in polymer …
Did you miss the Dial-a-Molecule Annual Meeting “Chemical Synthesis in the 21st Century this year? The meeting report is now available here
Join us on September 25th for a meeting designed to stimulate a broader recognition of, and solutions to, the challenges of lead-oriented synthesis. More information, including confirmed speakers, can be found here.
“Making Molecules to Make Materials” was a two day meeting hosted by the EPSRC Dial-a-Molecule and Directed Assembly Grand Challenges for Early Career Researchers from the two Networks. A report on the meeting can be found here.
June 2015, University of Warwick
Our annual showcase of all things Dial-a-Molecule, including updates from Network inspired projects, breakout discussions and a technology showcase
April 2015, Royal Society of Chemistry, London
A joint meeting co-organised by the RSC Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group to explore the problems of data overload, opportunities that large data sets can present, and the potential IT solutions to help chemists obtain information and knowledge from data repositories