Our future, our heritage. The chemical family tree of Tetsuo Nozoe.

Note from the Editor: When I was editing Tetsuo Nozoe’s autobiography Seventy Years in Organic Chemistry in the late 1980s, I realized that the history of Japanese organic chemistry was not too well known in countries other than Japan. I urged Professor Nozoe to include the historical context of his life in his writings, and I was absolutely delighted that… CONTINUE READING