The Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University is honored to host the Albert I. Meyers Symposium sponsored by the Stille Endowment on Synthetic Chemistry and Chemical Biology on Friday, May 20th, 2016. Five world-renowned scientists will give plenary lectures on key advances in modern organic chemistry and chemical biology. The symposium will also feature a poster session and reception.
We invite you to use the navigation bar on the Top or Right to learn more about the symposium. The lectures and poster session are free and open to members of the public. We would appreciate it if everyone planning to attend would fill out the brief registration information so that we can get an accurate head count.
We hope that you can join us for what promises to be a memorable symposium.
Professors Andrew McNally, Brian McNaughton and Tom Rovis, symposium organizers