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Synthetic Chemistry Beyond The Round Bottom Flask

While analytical technologies that support synthetic organic chemistry in the laboratory have changed dramatically, chemical synthesis itself has remained largely unchanged for over fifty years.  During that time, the round bottom flask has been the workhorse for organic chemists in the synthesis lab. Continue reading

4 Ways To Improve Organic Synthesis

In collaboration with Pfizer, I will make a presentation on Four Ways To Improve Organic Synthesis on July 20, 2011. Continue reading

How Johnson and Johnson Replaced The Round Bottom Flask

Janssen Pharmaceutica Belgium is part of Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest health care company. Thanks to Johnson and Johnson’s extensive engagement in innovative science, and investment in highly educated people and advanced research equipment, Janssen Pharmaceutica enjoys an international reputation for pharmaceutical innovation and quality. Continue reading

The Future of Chemical Research and Development: The Demise of the Round Bottomed Flask

ISPE-New-England-Chapter-BioPharma-ConferenceLast Thursday, May 6th, I attended the ISPE (International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering) New England Chapter Biopharma 2010 Conference held in Warwick, Rhode Island.  A presentation was given by Geraldine Taber, Pfizer’s Global Technology Group Leader titled “Demise of the Round-Bottomed Flask – How new Battle Tools in the Lab of the Future are delivering value for R&D”.

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