19th New Orleans Carbohydrate Symposium (NOCS) - march 23, 2012

 MARCH 23, 2012
Maison Dupuy Hotel – New Orleans Historic French Quarter
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
This stimulating information exchange on all aspects of carbohydrate chemistry is sponsored by the Sugar Processing Research Institute, Incorporated, in New Orleans, and Event Support Sponsors. Participants are able to present recent research and advancements in carbohydrates with insights to share with fellow carbohydrate chemists in a Gordon style conference atmosphere. This next assembly of the New Orleans Carbohydrate Symposium will convene on Friday, March 23, 2012 before the weekend of the 243rd Spring National American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego, California, on March 25 through 29, 2012. Carbohydrate chemists attending that meeting are invited to come to New Orleans on before heir route to the ACS National meeting. Papers will be given on a range of topics from glycobiology, synthetic organic methods, fiber chemistry advances, industrial processing, pharmaceutical chemistry of carbohydrates, and carbohydrates in biofuels. The New Orleans Carbohydrate Symposium was founded by the late Dr. Margaret Clarke, then Managing Director of the Sugar Processing Research Institute. Her spirit of innovation in carbohydrate chemistry is preserved in this continuation of her vision.
The New Orleans Carbohydrate Symposium is an ideal venue for meaningful discussions with colleagues in a variety of areas of carbohydrate science. The atmosphere of New Orleans in the springtime is always refreshing. The hosts at the Sugar Processing Research Institute, Inc. have a long experience in welcoming scientists to this city. They would guarantee a long lasting memory of a good scientific impression as well as pleasant amenities for which the city of New Orleans is famous.
Please fill out the reply card below and return to the SPRI office, if you wish to attend as a delegate or presenter.

Mayor información en el sitio web oficial: http://www.spriinc.org/NOCS0323.html


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