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th an emphasis on industrial applications and practice.
Robin Rogers, The University of Alabama; Allan Myerson, Illinois Institute of Technology; Susan Reutzel-Edens. Eli Lilly; Roger J. Davey, UMIST (United Kingdom)
Saddle Brook Resort
Tampa, Fla.
Feb. 23-36, 2003

Catalysis in Modern Organic Synthesis Catalytic methodologies for organic synthesis, with a special emphasis on technologies with applications in pharmaceutical science.
Stephen Buchwald, MIT; Gregory Fu, MIT; Eric Jacobsen, Harvard University
Cambridge Marriott
Cambridge, Mass.
March 2-5, 2003

ADMET in the 21st Century: A Comprehensive Review of Technology and Strategic Applications
Rod Cole, Millennium Pharmaceuticals; Tim Olah, Bristol Myers Squibb
Tampa, Fla.
May 4-7, 2003

Combinatorial Chemistry
Chairs to be determined
Lansdowne Conference Center
Leesburg, Va.
Sept. 21-24, 2003

Integrating Proteomics into System Biology
Ruth Van Bogelen, Pfizer; Eric Neumann, Beyond Genomics
Lansdowne Conference Center
Leesburg, Va.
Nov. 9-12, 2003

Further details about the conferences, including instructions on how to register and arrange lodging, are available on www.acsprospectives.org. This site will be updated regularly with the latest information about upcoming ACS ProSpectives conferences.

(EDITOR's NOTE News media wishing to attend the conferences should contact Michael Bernstein at 202-872-6042 or at m_bernstein@acs.org).


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Contact: Michael Bernstein
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202-872-6042
American Chemical Society
26-Dec-2002


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