|Speakers from the department of Chemistry, Imperial college|
|Professor Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson, Nobel Laureate: "Organometallic chemistry"||1.5 Mbytes||0.5 Mbytes||1.5 Mbytes|
|Professor Sir Derek Barton, Nobel Laureate: "Conformational Analysis"||6 Mbytes||2.1 Mbytes||2.9 Mbytes|
|Professor David Phillips: "A little light relief"||9 Mbytes||2.5 Mbytes||5 Mbytes|
|Lord George Porter, Nobel Laureate: "Photochemistry"||15 Mbytes||8 Mbytes||9 Mbytes|
|Professor Tony Barrett FRS: " Novel Polymers, Novel Linkers and
Novel Transformations in Parallel Synthesis"
|26 Mbytes||8 Mbytes||7 Mbytes|
|Professor Charles Rees FRS: "New Frontiers in Heterocyclic chemistry".||18 Mbytes||6 Mbytes||5 Mbytes|
|Sir Patrick Linstead: Phthalocyanines||22, 51, 63, 93 Mbytes (large!)|
|Professor Ian Fleming (Cambridge): "Stereo Control in Organic Synthesis
using Silicon Compounds"
|19 Mbytes||7 Mbytes||8 Mbytes|
|Professor Robert B. Woodward, Nobel Laureate (Harvard): "Cephalosporin C"||17.5 Mbytes||5.6 Mbytes||17.6 Mbytes|
|Professor Sir Harry Kroto, Nobel Laureate (Sussex): "Bucky Tubes"||7.3 Mbytes|
|Professor Sir John Cadogan:||Memorial address for Charles Reees, 2007
The history of benzene, on the 200th anniversary of Faraday's birth, (short)
The history of benzene, on the 200th anniversary of Faraday's birth, (long)
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