At the Symposium Itself


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Poster Session/ Reception



After the Chair's welcome, Kendall N. Houk, Session I Chair, gives a few remarks



Larry E. Overman, UC Irvine, speaks on " Recent Studies in Natural Products Total Synthesis"



Enthralled audience


The day's second speaker, Paul J. Reider of Amgen, Inc., discusses "25 Years of Heterocyclic Chemistry: It's better to be Lucky than Smart"
   There followed a break and the Poster Session


Michael E. Jung, Session II Chair, introduces the remaining speakers


David W.C. MacMillan, Princeton Univ. presents his talk on
"Development of New Catalysis Concepts"



The audience inside CS24 Court of Sciences


Professors Kendall Houk and Miguel Garcia-Garibay applauding a well-done talk


David A. Evans, Harvard University and 2006 Seaborg Medalist


David A. Evans gives his talk titled "My Preoccupaton with Stereochemical Issues"


Harold G. Martinson, Chair of Chemistry & Biochemistry, holds up a plaque in David A. Evans honor, issued by the County of Los Angeles.


Chair Martinson presents the plaque to Professor Evans.


Prof. Craig A. Merlic, who was in charge of the 2006 Seaborg Poster Session, announcing the awards for the best posters


Audience with Craig Merlic in the foreground


Final applause