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May 5, 2003
Volume 81, Number 18
CENEAR 81 18
ISSN 0009-2347
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE

EVENTS OF INTEREST

May 12–14, Chiral Europe 2003. London, England. Contact Scientific Update, 44 14 3587 3062; e-mail: sciup@scientificupdate.co.uk.

June 3, Novel Technologies for Future Manufacture of Fine Chemicals. Manchester, England. Contact Scientific Update.

June 4–5, ChemSpec Europe 2003. Manchester, England. Information at www.dmgworldmedia.com.

June 9–11, 6th International Symposium on Laboratory Automation and New Technologies in Process R&D. London, England. Contact Scientific Update.

June 12–13, Interfacing Chemistry with Patents.
Bristol, England. Contact Scientific Update.

June 17–19, CPhI China 2003. Shanghai. Information at www.cphi.com.

Aug. 10–15, Drug Discovery Technology World Congress. Boston. Information at www.lifesciencesinfo.com.

Sept. 3–4, 3rd PPG-Sipsy Symposium on New Frontiers in Asymmetric Synthesis. Angers, France. Information at www.ppg-sipsy.com.

Sept. 7–10, 8th International Conference on Organic Process R&D Europe. Barcelona, Spain. Contact Scientific Update.

Sept. 21–24, Combinatorial Chemistry: New Methods, New Discoveries. Leesburg, Va. Contact ACS ProSpectives, (800) 227-5558; fax (202) 872-6013; e-mail: ACSProSpectives@acs.org.

Oct. 13–15, 5th International Conference on Process Intensification for the Chemical Industry. Maastricht, the Netherlands. Contact Catriona Pile, 011 44 1234 750422; fax 011 44 1234 750074; e-mail: cpile@bhrgroup.com.

Oct. 14–15, Large-Scale Chromatography.
Boston. Contact Scientific Update.

Oct. 20–23, 15th International Symposium on Chirality. Shizuoka, Japan. Contact symposium office at iscd15@chiral.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp.

Oct. 21–22, Chiral USA 2003. Chicago. Contact Scientific Update.

Oct. 23–24, Outsource USA 2003. Chicago. Contact Scientific Update.

Oct. 27–29, CPhI Worldwide 2003. Frankfurt, Germany. Information at www.cphi.com.

Nov. 3–5, ChiraSource 2003 North America. Philadelphia. Contact Catalyst Group, (215) 628-4447; e-mail: tf@catalystgroup.com.

Nov. 3–5, Drug Discovery Technology Singapore. Information at www.lifesciencesinfo.com.

Nov. 6–7, CombiCat2003 North America. Philadelphia. Contact Catalyst Group.

Jan. 19–22, 2004, Informex 2004. Las Vegas. Information at www.informex.org.

March 17–19, 2004, Forum on Asymmetric Synthesis & Technologies. Cambridge, England. Contact fred_hancock@matthey.com.

May 5–6, 2004, BioFine 2004. Berlin, Germany. Contact avakado, 011 44 1403 220760; fax 011 44 1403 220761; email: mark@sp2.uk.com or jaymin@sp2.uk.com.

June 23–24, 2004 ChemSpec Europe 2004. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Information at www.dmgworldmedia.com.


COVER STORY
CHIRAL BUSINESS
Fine chemicals companies are jockeying for position to deliver the increasingly complicated chiral small molecules of the future

CONTEST
Vying For Chiral Hydroformylation Advantage

NICHE PLAYER
Chiral Quest Sees Advantages In Independence

STEADY SHARE
Worldwide sales of single-enantiomer pharmaceutical products approach $160 billion

BLOCKBUSTERS
Top 10 single-enantiomer products belong to billion-dollar club

CHIRALITY AT WORK
Drug developers can learn much from recent successful and failed chiral switches

REALITY CHECK
When Chemistry Bows To Economics

HARVEST
Research in Chiral Fine Chemicals Reaps Recognition

CONSTANT
Chiral separations are enduring items in the toolbox

CASE HISTORIES
History and choice shape portfolios

CALENDAR
Events Of Interest






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COVER STORY
CHIRAL BUSINESS
Fine chemicals companies are jockeying for position to deliver the increasingly complicated chiral small molecules of the future

CONTEST
Vying For Chiral Hydroformylation Advantage

NICHE PLAYER
Chiral Quest Sees Advantages In Independence

STEADY SHARE
Worldwide sales of single-enantiomer pharmaceutical products approach $160 billion

BLOCKBUSTERS
Top 10 single-enantiomer products belong to billion-dollar club

CHIRALITY AT WORK
Drug developers can learn much from recent successful and failed chiral switches

REALITY CHECK
When Chemistry Bows To Economics

HARVEST
Research in Chiral Fine Chemicals Reaps Recognition

CONSTANT
Chiral separations are enduring items in the toolbox

CASE HISTORIES
History and choice shape portfolios

CALENDAR
Events Of Interest


Related Stories
Custom Chemicals
[C&EN, Feb. 17, 2003]

Pharma Business
[C&EN, Jan. 27, 2003]

Fine Chemicals
[C&EN, July 22, 2002]

Chiral Chemistry
[C&EN, Jun. 10, 2002]

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