Nobel Lecturers

H.C. Brown (West Lafayette)

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1979

IASOC 1984 – May 20-25, 1984 – Perspectives of Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming Reaction

R. Noyori (Nagoya)

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001

IASOC 1986 – May 25-30, 1986 – Horizons in Selective Organic Synthesis

J.M. Lehn (Strasbourg)

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1987

IASOC 1988 – September 25-30, 1988 – Organic Chemistry a Tool for Solving Biological Problems

D.H.R. Barton (College Station)

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1969

IASOC 1992 – September 20-24, 1992 – Modelling Structure Reactivity and Synthesis. The Organic and Bioorganic Approach.

K.B. Sharpless (La Jolla)

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001

IASOC 1992 – September 20-24, 1992 – Modelling Structure Reactivity and Synthesis. The Organic and Bioorganic Approach.

R.H. Grubbs (Caltech)

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2005

IASOC 2008 – September 27-October 2, 2008 – Organic Synthesis as an Enabling Science: from Concept to Practice.

Bernard L. Feringa (Groningen)

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016

IASOC 2000 – September 23-28, 2000 – New Challenges of Organic Synthesis in the 21st Century.

E.-i. Negishi (West Lafayette)

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2010

IASOC 2014 – September 21-25, 2014 – Nature-Inspired Organic Chemistry: Products, Processes, Functions

 

Sir J. F. Stoddart (Evanston)

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016

IASOC 2000 – September 23-28, 2000 – New Challenges of Organic Synthesis in the 21st Century.