Reaction Mechanisms Conference
This distinguished conference has held a position of long-standing significance in mechanistic chemistry since its founding sixty-two years ago. The RMC resembles a Gordon Research Conference in both size and format. Discussion and sharing of ideas at the forefront of the field has always been the style. Subjects traditionally include organic, organometallic, inorganic, and biological studies with significant mechanistic implications. The scope has broadened in the past decade; initially the focus was on mechanistic organic chemistry in the traditional sense, with emphasis on the topics and controversies that had great impact on the development of organic chemistry as a whole. The list of the organizers for the early conferences includes the names of many of the founding fathers of modern organic chemistry.
Upcoming Reaction Mechanisms Conference
The 36th Reaction Mechanisms Conference will be held June 26-29, 2016 at Saint Louis University. Register by May 1, 2016 to obtain the lowest registration rate.
Visit the 2016 conference website for more details.