International workshop on combinatorial chemistry and technologies, molecular design and their application to exploit biodiversity

January 2007
Chemical Business;Jan2007, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p66
Trade Publication
Information about several topics discussed at an International Workshop on Combinatorial Chemistry and Technologies organized by National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) in Trieste, Italy from December 15 to 17, 2006 is presented. Doctor B. D. Kulkarni, director of NCL discussed the utility of combinatorial approach in the field of chemical engineering, while professor Javed Iqbal, vice president of Doctor Reddy's Research Foundation, talked about the use of combinatorial chemistry approach in academia and industries.


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