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EP/F069685/1 - A Synthesis Programme at Cambridge

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Professor S Ley EP/F069685/1 - A Synthesis Programme at Cambridge

Principal Investigator - Chemistry, University of Cambridge

Scheme

Standard Research

Research Areas

Process Systems: Components and Integration Process Systems: Components and Integration

Synthetic Organic Chemistry Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Start Date

10/2008

End Date

03/2014

Value

£3,418,103

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Summary and Description of the grant

The research presented in this proposal, encompasses a broad range of challenging projects. The total syntheses will require the development of existing reactions and the invention of new processes. We will develop new synthetic methods and new tools for molecular synthesis. There is much to commend an integrated programme of science as presented in this document. The desire for more efficient syntheses stimulates the discovery of new reactivities to solve particular problems. New reactions can open up areas for total synthesis and analogue generation that were previously inaccessible. These drivers impact on the development of new methods for synthesis. The added value that arises from having a closely coupled programme containing the development of new synthetic methods, new ways of performing reactions and total synthesis is considerable. All these disciplines will drive the creative process. It is undoubtedly a grand challenge, but one we feel is worthy of investment.

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Grant Event Details:
Name: A Synthesis Programme at Cambridge - EP/F069685/1
Start Date: 2008-10-01T00:00:00+00:00
End Date: 2014-03-30T00:00:00+00:00

Organization: University of Cambridge

Description: The research presented in this proposal, encompasses a broad range of challenging projects. The total syntheses will require the development of existing reactions and the invention of new processes. We will develop new synthetic methods and new tools for m ...