[Seminar] Science of Synthesis Roadshow (Sept. 8) [update: Sept. 4]

Thieme will hold a seminar on "Science of Synthesis", a database in the field of synthetic organic chemistry.
In the seminar, the editorial staff of Science of Synthesis will directly explain the contents of Science of Synthesis and how to use its tools efficiently.

The seminar will be held at the Yoshida and Katsura campuses.

What is "Science of Synthesis" ?

The largest collection of evaluated organic synthetic methods available worldwide:

  • Access to more than 20,000 reliable synthetic methods
  • Evaluated by world-renowned experts
  • Author-written reviews of organic transformations
  • Easy to navigate by product class or reaction type

Science of Synthesis Brochure [Thieme]


Yoshida - North Campus (a.m.)

  • Date: September 8, 2023 (Fri.) 10:00-11:00
  • Presenter: Dr. Marcus White (Scientific Editor, Science of Synthesis)
  • Place: Room 672, North Tower, Science Building, North Campus (Yoshida) [Map]
  • Application form: https://lp.thieme.de/is/sos-roadshow/jp-KyotoU-NorthCampus-2023/
    *Pre-registration is required.
  • Contact: Prof. Hideki Yorimitsu (Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science)
    • E-Mail: yori [at] kuchem.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Katsura Campus (p.m.)

  • Date: September 8, 2023 (Fri.) 15:00-16:00
  • Presenter: Dr. Marcus White (Scientific Editor, Science of Synthesis)
  • Place: Room A2-303, Cluster A, Katsura Campus [Map]
  • Capacity: about 50
  • Application and Contact: Prof. Tetsuaki Fujihara (Department of Energy and Hydrocarbon Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering)
    • E-Mail: fujihara.tetsuaki.2w [at] kyoto-u.ac.jp
      *Pre-registration is required.


  • The lecture will be given in English.
  • Bring your own laptop or tablet to try it out for yourself.
  • Kyoto University does not offer this database, but we are planning the trial soon.
    • [Added on Sept. 4, 2023]  The trial of "Science of Synthesis" is available from September 1 (Fri.) to October 31 (Tue.). Please access from the campus network environment.

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