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Flow Chemistry Webinar
fReactor and Flow Chemistry for every lab
The fReactor Flow Chemistry webinar presented by Asynt and the University of Leeds’ Professors John Blacker and Nik Kapur.
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The world is currently a different place. The ability to keep connections and drive projects remotely has been something we’ve been keen to demonstrate. One of the Asynt mottos is collaborate, innovate and create and this is exactly what we’ve been doing with Compendium. Continue reading
From random chemistry love tokens to valid reasons to only buy your date cheap chocolates for Valentine’s Day if you’ve got an inquisitive canine companion… We look at the chemistry involved in this annual celebration of all things LOVE! Continue reading
CondenSyn Evaluation: What type of laboratory is the product used in: Drug discovery laboratory What key work is undertaken in your laboratory and how does the product help?: I had previous experience using CondenSyn at Caltech and advocated for their purchase … Continue reading
Vacuubrand VACUU-PURE 10C Evaluation: “We can let VACUU·PURE run overnight without any worries because cold traps with liquid nitrogen are no longer needed. This has led to a significantly higher throughput in the laboratory. This vacuum pump will be a … Continue reading
Asynt has published a case study describing how the FroSyn Cooling Station has enabled John Bower’s Group at the University of Liverpool (UK) to reproducibly conduct low temperature enantioselective catalytic reactions, over an extended period of time. Continue reading
GP2A (Group for the Promotion of Pharmaceutical chemistry in Academia) is delighted to announce that a conference session dedicated to “Drug discovery in the era of antimicrobial resistance” will take place online on Friday 5th March 2021. Continue reading
Join Asynt at the 56th International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry which is set to take place in Bordeaux, France, in July 2021 having been postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic. Continue reading