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Negishi

Ei-ichi Negishi
Purdue University
2010 Nobel Laureate
Keynote Speech:
"Magical Power of d-Block Transition Metal Catalysis for a Prosperous and Sustainable World in the 21st Century and Beyond" 
October 4, 2011
3pm
Fowler Hall
Stewart Center 

Introdution by 



Purdue President
France A. Córdova

Dr. Negishi's Keynote
in Fowler Hall
is free and open
to the public.

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Purdue Nobel Celebration Symposium :October 3-4, 2011

Monday, Oct 3rd,Stewart Center
(STEW 206)
Monday, Oct 4rd,Stewart Center
(
STEW 206)
9:00am  Opening remarks by College of Science Dean Jeffrey Roberts                9:00am  Opening remarks by Chemistry Department Head  Paul Shepson               
 PDF of schedule PDF of schedule 
Yamamoto
Hisashi Yamamoto
University of Chicago
9:30am
"Asymmetric Oxidation"
Graham Cooks
R. Graham Cooks
Purdue University
9:30am
"Intersections: Mass Spectrometry and Chemistry"
10:45am Coffee break 10:45am Coffee break
James Tour
James Tour
Rice University
11:00am
"Nanotechnology: Nanomaterials, Nanomedicine and Nanocars" 
KC Nicolaou
K. C. Nicolaou
The Scripps Research Institute
University of California, San Diego
11:00am
"Maitotoxin: An Inspiration for Synthesis" 
12:15pm Lunch (on your own)  12:15pm Lunch (on your own) 
Christophe Coperet 
Christophe Copéret
ETH Zurich
1:30pm
"Controlled functionalization of surfaces: supported single-site catalysts and beyond"
Paul Wender
Paul Wender
Stanford University
1:30pm
"The Chemistry-Medicine Continuum: First-In-Class Strategies for Eradicating HIV/AIDS, Overcoming Cancer Resistance and Treating Alzheimer's Disease" 
Arun Ghosh
Arun Ghosh
Purdue University
2:45pm
"Protein Backbone Binding - A Powerful Molecular Design Strategy to Combat Drug-Resistant HIV" 
2:45pm Break
(move to Fowler Hall for Negishi keynote) 
4:00pm Coffee/pastries break   3:00pm in Fowler Hall
Introduction by
Purdue President
France A. Córdova 
Masakatsu Shibasaki 
Masakatsu Shibasaki
Microbial Chemistry Research Foundation, Tokyo
4:15pm
"Recent Progress in Asymmetric Cooperative Catalysis"
Ei-ichi Negishi
Ei-ichi Negishi
Purdue University
2010 Nobel Laureate
"Magical Power of d-Block Transition Metal Catalysis for a Prosperous and Sustainable World in the 21st Century and Beyond" 
 5:30pm end of session 4:30pm Reception
Purdue Memorial Union
Anniversary Drawing Room
PMU 210                  

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