The 3rd Northern Postdoctoral Researchers Meeting 2017

Northern Postdoctoral Researchers Meeting 2017

Posted on: June 7, 2017

Dr Kerry Elgie will be representing Asynt at the 3rd Northern Postdoctoral Researchers Meeting being held in the newly built Materials Innovation Factory and Department of Chemistry at the University of Liverpool on Friday 9th June 2017 so come and say hello if you’re there! Continue reading

Organic Division North West Regional Meeting 2017

Posted on: May 22, 2017

Dr Kerry Elgie will be representing Asynt at the Organic Division North West Regional Meeting in Manchester on Wednesday 24th May 2017. With a wide range of apparatus on hand to take a closer look at, and a great range of speakers this RSC event should be one you won’t want to mis! Continue reading

Join us at the ACS Spring 2017

Posted on: March 23, 2017

Dr Arran Solomonsz and Martyn Fordham will be representing Asynt at the Spring ACS in San Francisco from 2nd to the 5th April 2017. Join them at booth #1428 to see a wide range of the Asynt catalogue and our innovative laboratory solutions. Continue reading

Parallel Synthesis Blog

Winter process chemistry conference

Posted on: December 8, 2016

We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 4th International Winter Process Chemistry Conference from the 12th to 14th December 2016 at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. Join Dr Kerry Elgie on site to find out more about making your laboratory a better place to be! Continue reading

Peakdale molecular symposium

Synthesis in drug discovery and development – 4th Symposium

Posted on: October 17, 2016

Peakdale molecular symposium 2016

Following on from their hugely successful Symposiums in Manchester (2010), Sheffield (2012) and Leeds (2014) Peakdale Molecular are pleased to announce the details of their fourth ‘Synthesis in Drug Discovery and Development’ Symposium and we at Asynt are very pleased to announce that we’ll be joining the event!

Located in the heart of Liverpool, at the highly successful Liverpool Hope University, Peakdale’s Symposium aims to pull together a collection of speakers from both Industry and Academia, providing an opportunity for a section of the chemistry community to meet, network, and discuss the work our various organisations have carried out, and future opportunities.

Date:  Tuesday 18th October 2016
Address: The Eden Building, Liverpool Hope University, L16 9JD

You can download the full schedule on the Peakdale Molecular website here:

Speakers include:

Professor David Spring -University of Cambridge
Enriching Chemical Space to Drug Undruggable Targets

Dr Matilda Bingham – RedX Pharma
Solubility and SAR optimisation of a series of novel smoothened inhibitors

Dr Adam Burrell – Pfizer
Development of post-launch next generation API processes: a Pfizer perspective

Professor Paul O’Neill – University of Liverpool
Synthesis of Candidate Antimalarial Tetraoxanes and Chemical Biology Probes to Define the Antimalarial Mechanism of Action of the Artemisinins

Professor Ian Baxendale – University of Durham
Expeditions in Flow Chemical synthesis

Barrie Martin – C4X Discovery
Synthetic Approaches to Conformationally Restricted Selective Orexin 1 Antagonists

David House – GSK
Aromatic amines and the AMES test: developing in silico predictions

Dr Rebecca Brimage – Peakdale Molecular
Towards new hepatitis C treatments: the synthesis of potent non-structural protein 5A (NS5A) inhibitors

Dr Kerry Elgie will be on site to demonstrate the wide range of laboratory apparatus we can supply, including the DrySyn range of heating and cooling blocks, ReactoMate controlled lab reactors, PressureSyn and other high pressure reactors and much more so we hope you’ll come and say hello!

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Churchill College Cambridge April 2016 SCI Conference with Asynt

Meet the new Asynt Chemist!

Posted on: April 6, 2016

If you’d like to be among the first to meet the new Asynt Chemist, Dr Ffion Abraham, then join our team at Churchill College Cambridge this week for the SCI Process Chemistry Conference! Continue reading