Past events

1–2pm 12 April 2018
Childhood epilepsies are often the result of genetic mutations, traditionally identified through familial studies. Recent advances in whole genome sequencing have enabled the...
10.30–11am 12 April 2018
All are welcome to attend the Women in Chemistry morning tea.
1–5pm 6 April 2018
Honours introductory seminars will consist of a 10 minute talk followed by 5 minutes of questions. Pizza will be provided following the completion of the seminars...
3–5 December 2017
The Research School of Chemistry (RSC) at the Australian National University has signed a joint agreement with the Institute for Protein Research (IPR) at Osaka University in...
17 November 2017
In 2017 RSC will celebrate its fifty year anniversary. RSC was established with the intention to provide a ‘centre of excellence’ equipped to the most modern standards...
4–5pm 16 November 2017
Interest in the phenomenon of amyloid formation by peptides and proteins has developed with extraordinary rapidity in recent years, such that is now a major topic of research...
5.30–6.15pm 14 November 2017
Neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases arguably represent the greatest challenge to the social fabric and health care systems of much...
5.30–7.30pm 29 June 2017
Chemicals are everywhere. Many are natural and safe, others synthetic and dangerous. Or is it the other way around? Walking through the supermarket, you might ask yourself: Should...
1–1.30pm 22 June 2017
At any given geometric configuration of an N-atom molecule there are 3N – 6 linearly independent local coordinates. To describe the molecule at any point...
4–5pm 21 March 2017
Tunneling Control of Chemical Reactions Chemical reactivity is traditionally understood[2] in terms of kinetic versus thermodynamic control,[3] wherein the driving force is the...
4–5pm 29 June 2016
Despite the enormous advances in structural studies of biological systems we are frequently left without a clear structure function correlation and cannot fully describe how...
4–5pm 17 June 2016
Using theoretical tools to model, predict and understand optical spectra During this lecture, I will illustrate why Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory (TD-DFT) has now...
12–5pm 17 June 2016
Professor John Carver Director, Research School of Chemistry has pleasure inviting you to the David Craig Celebration Symposium A Symposium to celebrate the life and...
9.30am–6.15pm 15 April 2016
SESSION 1 INTRODUCTION 9:30- 9:45 (TBA) Welcome and Introductory Remarks SESSION 2 IN VITRO MODELS OF THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE 9:45- 10:30 ALLEN MINTON (NIH, USA) Effects of...
11am–12pm 5 June 2015
Over the years, we have shown that xanthates and related thiocarbonylthio derivatives allow the generation of radicals under conditions where the radicals possess a considerably...
4pm 4 June – 5pm 4 August 2015
Our research group is mostly concerned with the discovery and development of new reactions and processes that could be useful in organic synthesis.  As is usually the case in...
4–5pm 2 June 2015
Radical reactions offer many of the properties desired by synthetic organic chemists, in terms of variety, mildness of conditions, and a selectivity that is often complementary to...
11am–12pm 13 May 2015
Adventures in Oxidative Bond Forming Reactions: Development and Applications in Natural Product Synthesis
1–2pm 19 March 2015
The biosynthesis of natural products has been perfected over millions of years of evolution, resulting in the huge diversity of complex small organic molecules found in nature....

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