Romano will present some of our work at the 19th European Symposium on Organic Chemistry (ESOC) this year being held in Lisbon on July 12-16.

ESOC is a biannual event and was first held in Colonge, Germany in 1979.  The scientific program aims at stimulating new emerging areas in organic chemistry, namely those related to organic electronics for chemical sensing, photopharmacology, vaccines, synthesis and catalysis. Contributions to organic/bioorganic chemistry topics e.g. in the areas of carbohydrates and proteins, natural products, small molecule and polymer chemistry, medicinal chemistry, food chemistry, are also very welcome, aiming at demonstrating the importance of organic chemistry research for new developments and innovation in a broad range of applications.

Use this link to read more about ESOC2015.