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CEM Corporation Release: 5th International Microwaves In Chemistry Conference Expected To Have The Largest Attendance


1/25/2007 12:10:15 PM

MATTHEWS, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CEM Corporation is pleased to announce that the upcoming 5th International Microwaves in Chemistry Conference, which will take place April 18-20, 2007 at Imperial College in London, has pre-registered the largest number of attendees to date. The conference is running well ahead of last year’s attendance and organizers expect the 2007 conference to be the largest to date. The International Microwaves in Chemistry Conference is the premiere symposium for the discussion of the latest research using microwave technology in various fields of chemistry. The conference brings together chemists and researchers from both industry and academia in an open forum to discuss the latest advances in microwave-assisted chemistry. This year’s conference features 21 speakers from the United States, Europe and India presenting research on the broadest range of topics ever discussed at this annual symposium, with particular concentration on new bioscience applications. Presentations are scheduled in three tracks: medicinal chemistry, biosciences, and emerging applications.

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