Issue Date: July 11, 2011
In 1929, researchers descended on Prince-ton University for the third biennial Symposium on Organic Chemistry. Back then, Princeton’s Frick Chemical Laboratory was a just-built, state-of-the-art brick facility on the ivy-covered campus. Last month, the same meeting—now in its 42nd incarnation and known as the National Organic Chemistry Symposium or NOS—returned to Princeton for the first time, just months after Princeton’s chemistry department left that aging facility for a spanking new Frick building, resplendent in . . .
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