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ChemBridge to Attend and Exhibit at 250th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, August 16-20, 2015

San Diego, CA, USA, June 17, 2015

The 250th ACS National Meeting will be held at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, August 16-20. The program theme of the meeting is “Innovation from Discovery to Application” and topics will include food and nutrition, medicine, health, energy, the environment and other fields where chemistry plays a central role. Program topics include the following (for the full program, please visit the conference website):

  • Evolution of Natural Product Research in Drug Discovery (Sunday - MEDI track)
  • NeuroInflammation (Sunday - MEDI tract)
  • Protein-Protein Interactions (Sunday - MEDI track)
  • Innovation from Discovery to Application Plenary Session (Sunday - MPPG track)
  • Innovation in Health and Medicine (Monday - MPPG track)
  • Tetrahedron Prize for Creativity in Organic Chemistry Symposium (Monday - ORGN track)
  • Cancer Immunotherapy: The Next Big Thing for Small Molecules (Monday - MEDI track)
  • The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecture (Mon. - MPPG track)
  • The Fred Kavli Innovations in Chemistry Lecture (Monday - MPPG track)
  • Medicinal Chemistry Toolbox: Understanding the Roles of Inducible Pockets, Water & Small Structural Changes (Tues. - MEDI track)
  • MEDI Award Symposium (Tues. - MEDI track)
  • Innovation in Materials for Emerging Uses (Tues. - MPPG track)
  • Case Studies of Successful Drugs (Tues. - MEDI track)
  • Technical Achievements in Organic Chemistry Symposium (Wed. - ORGN track)
  • On the Importance of Synthetic Organic Chemistry in Drug Discovery (Wed. - ORGN track)

ChemBridge will be present (Booth 919) to discuss our products and services related to small molecule drug discovery and chemical biology research including:

  • Stock of more than 14,000 chemical building blocks / reagents for medicinal chemists
  • Stock of more than 1 million small molecule screening compounds including sp3-enriched screening compounds with more 3-dimensional structure.
  • Diversity screening libraries including the DIVERSet and PremiumSet Libraries
  • Targeted screening libraries and biased screening libraries for kinase, ion channel, GPCR, nuclear receptor and CNS research

Please stop by the ChemBridge booth in the exhibit hall (Booth 919).

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