On Friday, April 6, 2018 the SCS Spring Meeting 2018 took place at University of Neuchâtel. Five international experts gave an insight view into their current research and gave a lecture on the symposium topic «Bio-Inspired Chemistry».

Lectures of the SCS Spring Meeting 2018

Prof. Leroy Cronin, University of Glasgow, UK
«Combining Robotics and Artificial Intelligence for Search & Discovery in Chemical Space»
Prof. Thomas Ward, University of Basel, Switzerland
«Artificial Metalloenzymes: Challenges and Opportunities»
Prof. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, University of Strasbourg, France
«From Chemical Topology to Molecular Machines»
Prof. Takashi Kato, University of Tokyo, Japan
«Supramolecular Assemblies and Nanostructured Liquid Crystals for Future Materials»
Prof. Peng Yin, Wyss Institute, Harvard University, USA
«Molecular Programming with DNA/RNA»

Werner Prize Lectures 2018

The SCS President, Alain De Mesmaeker, also awarded the Werner Prize 2018 to Prof. Sandra Luber, University of Zurich for her independent research as young professors.

Prof. Sandra Luber, University of Zurich
«Advanced computational approaches for bio-inspired water splitting»

More details about the program are available on the symposium website


We thank all sponsors and exhibitors for their generous support that allowed us to organize this fantastic event:
Sponsors: SISF, SCNAT, SATW, MDPI, ChemPubSoc and Helvetica
Exhibitors: abcr GmbH, IGZ Instruments, Magritec, Merck

Photos of the Spring Meeting 2018

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David Spichiger, SCS