Your research and synthetic chemistry
Synthetic chemistry is a diverse science with applications in disciplines ranging from materials through to biology and medicine. OxSynC, based in the Department of Chemistry - University of Oxford, has been established as a new free resource that provides a single point of contact for researchers to facilitate such interactions within the University and potentially beyond.
OxSynC is managed by a group of synthetic chemists who are specialists at assembling and characterising organic and inorganic molecules, tailored to order for many applications. At present, the group consists of 24 world-leading synthesis researchers whose combined knowledge covers the whole spectrum of synthetic chemistry.
If you have a research problem that a synthetic chemist may be able to help you with, then please contact us.
OxSynC will be presenting at the Begbroke coffee morning on the 28th November. Click here for more details.