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The End of Synthesis? Really? All I see are flat, linear oligomers of aromatics and heteroaromatics, all easily accessible by straightforward Suzuki chemistry. What about the third dimension? What about asymmetric centres? What about saturated rings?

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The cool part is that there will soon be a catalog of 100,000+ building blocks, and you can simply order any string of them from a website. The next morning FedEx brings them to you in a vial. And the building blocks will be fabulous: fluorophores, repetitive crystallizers, booby traps for metabolic pathways, pH sensitive tags, technitium binding sites, approved drugs, and many more. Some companies will even let you specify permutations of general properties. You won’t get a vial but a 5,000-well plate.

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Detlef Selent received his Ph.D. in 1982 for his work on ethene hydroamination in the laboratory of Prof. Dr. R. Taube at the Technical University of Leuna-Merseburg, Germany. He has been a researcher at the Academy of Sciences of the GDR and of the Center of Heterogeneous Catalysis in Berlin. From 1994 to 1996, he was a WIP fellow of the German Federal Ministry of Research and Technology at the Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the Technical University Berlin, studying heterometallic early late transition metal complexes as models and precursors for heterogeneous catalysts. Being a group leader at LIKAT, he now concentrates on catalyst development for olefin hydroformylation and the application of situ NMR and FTIR spectroscopy.

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The end of synthesis? What a horrible title. Carbon is one element on the periodic table, and just because its chemistry can be automated poorly this represents the start of the end of synthesis as a whole?
What about the synthetic chemistry of phosphorus? Germanium? Tin? The transition metals? Inorganic synthesis is still in its infancy and there is so much happening right now that to say “The end of synthesis” not only represents a severe lack of knowledge, but also suggests to the greater scientific community that all synthetic chemists will be at risk, when chances are this is FAR from the truth.

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Armin Börner studied education and chemistry at the University of Rostock and completed a Ph.D. on the synthesis of carbohydrates in the group of Prof. Dr. H. Kristen in 1984. Between 1984 and 1992, he was a scientific co-worker in the field of complex catalysis at the Academia of Science under Prof. Dr. H. Pracejus. After finishing a postdoctoral term in the group of Prof. Dr. H. B. Kagan in Orsay/France in 1993, he went to the Max-Planck-Group for Asymmetric Catalysis where he was awarded his professorial research degree () in 1995. Since 2000 he has been professor for organic chemistry at the University of Rostock and head of a research department in the Leibniz-Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT). His research focuses on applied homogeneous catalysis.