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10.10.2018

Dr. Naoya Kumagai (Institute of Microbial Chemistry, Tokyo)

Dr. Naoya Kumagai (Institute of Microbial Chemistry, Tokyo)

Merck-Banyu Lectureship:

“Chemistry Empowered by Unique Heterocycles”

Dr. Naoya Kumagai (Institute of Microbial Chemistry, Tokyo)

Small Lecture Hall, 4:15 pm

Abstract

Identification of new molecular entities opens a new avenue in chemistry on a broad basis. This talk introduces the development of unique heterocyclic compounds and architectures that are responsible for specific functions in catalysis and peculiar properties as materials.

About the Speaker

Dr. Naoya Kumagai is the Chief Researcher at the Institute of Microbial Chemistry in Tokyo, Japan. Visit his lab website.

About the Merck-Banyu Lectureship

The Merck-Banyu Award is sponsored and administered by Merck Research Laboratories, USA, and the Banyu Life Science Foundation International, Japan. It was established in 2004 with the aim of encouraging young scientists, and is bestowed to a prospective Japanese chemist under the age of 40, who has been involved in outstanding research activities in the field of synthetic organic chemistry. The awardee takes part in a lecture tour of overseas research institutes.