Guide to the William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording]

Daniel Hartwig
Stanford University Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives.
Stanford, California
November 2012
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Overview

Call Number: V0223
Creator: Industrial Affiliates Symposium. (44th :) (Location of Meeting--Stanford University; Data of meeeting of treaty signing--1989 )
Creator: Stanford University. Dept. of Chemical Engineering.
Creator: Stanford University. Dept. of Chemistry
Creator: Stanford University. Industrial Affiliates Program.
Creator: William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry. (4th:) (Location of Meeting--Stanford University); Data of meeeting of treaty signing--1989)
Title: William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording]
Dates: 1988-1998
Physical Description: 3 Linear feet 49 videotape(s) (VHS)
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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[identification of item], William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry (V0224). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Access Terms

Johnson, William S., (William Summer), 1913--Congresses.
Catalysis--Congresses.
Natural products--Congresses.
Organic compounds--Synthesis--Congresses.


Collection Contents

Box 1

V0223 3rd Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1988 OCt 14-15

Physical Description: 4 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Synthesis and natural products / Samuel Danishefsky. Molecular recognition by Vancomycin group antibiotics / Dudley H. Williams; [2] The interplay between enzyme mechanisms, protein structure, and the design of biologically active compounds / Paul A. Bartlett. What triggers vision? / Koji Nakanishi; [3] The evolution of enzyme function / Jeremy R. Knowles. Recent advances in asymmetric catalysis / K. Barry Sharpless; [4] Organic container compounds / Donald J. Cram. Closing remarks / W.S. Johnson.
Box 1

V0224 4th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1989 Oct 13-14

Physical Description: 4 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Studies in asymmetric synthesis / David A. Evans. Polyene cyclization as a method of alkaloid synthesis / Clayton H. Heathcock; [2] Asymmetric synthesis catalyzed by metal complexes / Ryoji Noyori. Polymer synthesis using organometallic catalysts / Robert H. Grubbs; [3] Synthetic and biosynthetic research on pigments of life / Alan R. Battersby. Recent advances in enantioselective biocatalysis / Charles J. Sih; [4] Studies on the enzymic synthesis of penicillian and cephalosphorin / Jack E. Baldwin. Closing remarks / Carl Djerassi.
Box 2

V0225 6th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1991 Oct 11-12

Physical Description: 7 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Reactive intermediates, reaction mechanisms / Jerome A. Berson; [2] Computational explorations of molecular recognition and organic reactions in solution / William L. Jorgensen; [3] Polymer synthesis at the boundaries of biology and solid state science / Harry R. Allcock; [4] The diaryl-methanol group in auxiliaries for stoichiometric and catalytic enantioselective synthesis / Dieter Seebach; [5] Design, synthesis, and evaluation of functional analogs of CC-1065 and the duocarmycins / Dale L. Boger; [6] New opportunities at the interface of chemistry and biology / Peter G. Schultz; [7] Studies on peptidoglycan assembly in bacterial cell wall biosynthesis and vancomycin resistance / Christopher T. Walsh.
Box 2

V0226 8th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1993 Oct 8-9

Physical Description: 4 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Transition metals in organic synthesis. Organometallic approaches to amino acids and small peptides / Louis S. Hegedus; [2] Synthesis and chemistry of spiroketals / Steven V. Ley. Recognition, replication and assembly / Julius Rebeck, Jr.; [3] The depletion of stratospheric ozone by chlorofluorocarbons / F. Sherwood Rowland. A chemical perspective on protein folding and DNA-protein interactions / Alanna Schepartz; [4] The design of inhibitors for biological processes / George M. Whitesides.
Box 3

V0227 9th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1994 Oct 7-8

Physical Description: 6 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Molecular and polymeric carbon allotropes / François Diederich; [2] Microchemistry and biochips / Stephen P.A. Fodor [3] n-Pentenyl glycosides--a contemporary case of serendipity--impact on synthetic, mechanistic, and theoretical aspects of carbohydrate and organic chemistry / Bert Fraser-Reid; [4] Flexible molecules with defined shape / Reinhard W. Hoffmann; [5] Superelectrophiles and their reactions / George A. Olah; [6] Recent progress on chemo-enzymatic synthesis--application to the study of carbohydrate recognition / Chi-Huey Wong.
Box 3-4

V0228 10th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1995 Oct 6-9

Physical Description: 10 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Welcome and introductin / Paul A. Wender. Oxygen and I / Derek H. R. Barton; [2] A rabid interest in Hydrophobia / Ronald Breslow; [3] The search for carbocations / George A. Olah; [4] Olefin metathesis catalysts for Organic synthesis / Robert Grubbs; [5] Chemistry of p-RNQA, the Pyranosyl Isomer of RNA / Albert Eschenmoser; [6] Peptide related research : a vehicle toward biological and chemical understanding / Ralph F. Hirschmann; [7] Asymmetric hydrogenation / Ryoji Noyori [8] Why is a natural product with eight stereocenter racemic? / Clayton Heathcock; [9] Noncovalent binding phenomena in asymmetric catalysis / Barry Sharpless; [10] Progress and problems in the synthesis of the Veratrum alkaloid germine / Gilbert Stork. Symposium summary, Barry M. Trost.
Box 5

V0229 11th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1996 Oct 18-19

Physical Description: 7 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Welcome and introduction / Paul A. Wender. Novel polymer architectures for controlling photoinduced electron transfer / Marye Anne Fox; [2] The discovery and development of a new therapy for AIDS / Joel R. Huff; [3] New reactions and directions involving chiral coordination complexes / Eric N. Jacobsen; [4] New cyclization reactions and their application in natural products total synthesis / Larry E. Overman; [5] Progress in the discovery of naturally occurring anticancer drugs / George R. Pettit; [6] Lessons from the immune system: from catalysis to materials / Peter G. Schulz; [7] The chemical biology of DNA Methylation / Gregory L. Verdine. Symposium summary, Barry M. Trost.
Box 6

V0230 13th Annual William S. Johnson Symposium in Organic Chemistry [videorecording] 1998 Oct 16-17

Physical Description: 7 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[1] Welcome and introduction / Barry M. Trost. Pericyclic reactions : from femtosecond dynamics to antibody catalysis / K. N. Houk; [2] Mechanistic studies in photochemistry enzyme photoactivation : Fishing for proteases / Ned A. Porter; [3] Design of chiral ligands for asymmetric catalysis / Andreas Pfaltz; [4] Transition metal catalyzed olefin polymerizations and copolymerizations / Maurice Brookhart; [5] New directions in marine natural products chemistry / William Fenical; [6] A new approach to antibiotics agains drug-resistant organisms / Sidney Altman; [7] Terpine biosynthesis revisited / Duilio Arigoni. Symposium summary, Paul A. Wender.