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Overview

The Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry conference co-organised by The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)and the National Organic Symposium Trust (NOST) at RMIT Australia features some of the leading organic chemistry researchers from Australia and India.


NOST’s highly-regarded Organic Chemistry Conference has been held regularly in venues around India since 1988, providing a great forum for national & international researchers to build strong collaborations with leading organic chemists in India. It also encourages young budding researchers (Research Scholars) to interact and be updated with the current research through JNOST conference.

To further expand the series, NOST organized an Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry Conference partnering with Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) at Leeds, UK in October, 2016.

To further strengthen the relationships and collaborations with overseas researchers, we now look forward for this second international conference in this series to be held at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia in 6-8th November, 2019.
This conference comprises of about 20-25 invited lectures and 20-25 poster presentations.

Themes:

  • Total Synthesis,                                                                       Synthetic methodologies,
  • Bio-organic Chemistry,                                                            Physical Organic Chemistry
  • Chemical Biology                                                                    Computational Organic Chemistry.

Important Dates:
Abstract deadline: 15-Aug-2019
Registration deadline: 30-Aug-2019

Venue:

Senate Hall, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia


Co-Chairmen
      Dr.Srivari Chandrasekhar,                  Prof. Sandeep Verma,                  Prof. Calum Drummond,                  Prof. Suresh Bhargava, 
      Director, CSIR-IICT                            IIT Kanpur                                     RMIT, Australia                                RMIT, Australia

Advisory Committee

      Prof. David Black, Prof. Martin Banwell
 


Map

Venue

Senate Hall, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
124 La Trobe Street,
melbourne
Victoria Australia 3000


Event Organiser

roger stapleford
+61 3 93282033


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