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Nobel Symposia – Chemistry

The Nobel Foundation's Symposium program was initiated in 1965. Since that time more than a hundred symposia have taken place. The symposia are devoted to areas of science where breakthroughs are occurring or deal with other topics of primary cultural or social significance. The symposia contributions are eventually published in book or other print format.

A selection of the Nobel Symposia in Chemistry with cover, table of contents and other information:
Single Molecule Spectroscopy in Chemistry, Physics and Biology
2008, NS 138
Alfred Nobel Symposium: Energy in Cosmos, Molecules and Life 
2005, NS 132
Molecular Mechanisms in Biological Systems 
2004, NS 130
Membrane Proteins: Structure Functions and Assembly 
2003, NS 126
Frontiers of Molecular Science 
2001, NCS 2001-2 (with abstracts)
Femtochemistry and Femtobiology: Ultrafast Reaction Dynamics at Atomic Scale Resolution 
1996, NS 101
Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis 
1995, NS 97
CO2-fixation and CO2-reduction in Biological and Model Systems
1991, NJS 91-2
Early Life on Earth 
1992, NS 84
Conjugated Polymers and Related Materials 
1991, NS 81

 

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