EnviroTech :: Innovation
Catalysis for Life Sciences Makes Advances
12:36 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Alex Scott
Chemistry for chiral catalytic processes used in life science applications is developing at record speed, according to speakers at a Johnson Matthey (JM) symposium, the Forum on Asymmetric Synthesis & Technologies, held recently at Cambridge, U.K. “New strategies are emerging for bioactive targets,” says Barry M. Trost, professor of chemistry at Stanford University (Stanford, CA). “It’s where a lot of excitement is happening.” There are increasing opportunities to generate chiral molecules from metal catalysts, Trost says. Key...
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