Grupo emergente E-104(Gobierno de Aragón)
Multicomponent Reactions. R. P. Herrera; E. Marques-López (Eds.). Wiley, 2015
Topical Collection “Recent Advances in Organocatalysis”
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Last thursday, young researchers of Aragon presented their works in the Faculty of Science during the “7th Young Researchers Conference (Chemistry and Physics) of Aragon“. HOCA’s guys attended to this nice event and told the audience about their chemistry. While … Continue reading
Last week Fernando, Isaac and Juanvi presented their work in the XIII SIMPOSIO DE INVESTIGADORES JÓVENES DE LA REAL SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE QUÍMICA.
Raquel attended the XXXIV GEQO Congress in Girona last week (7–9 September). Her scientific contribution was entitled “Gold(I) mediated thiourea organocatalyst activation: A synergic effect for asymmetric catalysis”.
Maru attended the NAFSA international conference held in Denver (Colorado) in early June on behalf of the Technological College (Escuela Politécnica Superior de Huesca, Universidad de Zaragoza). She met more than 30 universities from all over the world mainly to explore new avenues … Continue reading