248th ACS meeting – San Francisco 2014

This is my first time giving a talk at the ACS meeting so I’m a tad nervous but also excited about the possibility to listen to so many great researchers and hopefully interact with some of them, although such a massive event is hardly the best place to build a network.
My talk will deal with our recently published work on calixarene based drug carriers and the new results we are currently getting, and will take place on Tuesday 12th at 16:15 at the session regarding the use of small macrocycles in drug discovery. Feedback is very important to us so we look forward to some heavy criticism of our results.
If you are there, download the free app which will show you around the different presentations and stands.

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I will also make use of twitter to move from one lecture to another. See you there!

About joaquinbarroso

Computational and theoretical chemist in his early forties, in love with life, science, baseball, and literature. Science literacy makes us responsible citizens, it is therefore a scientific duty to talk, write, and engage with the general public; as Feynman said, if you find science boring, your learning from the wrong teacher. "Make like a molecule and react!"

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