Res Chem Intermed (2009) 35:349–350 DOI 10.1007/s11164-009-0040-x J. L. Gebicki Æ K. Bobrowski Published online: 6 June 2009 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2009 The 8th International Conference on Pulse Investigations in Chemistry, Biology and Physics (PULS’2008) took place from 6th to 12th September 2008 in Krakow, Poland. This time, the Conference was jointly organized by the Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry (TU Lodz, Poland) and the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology (Warsaw, Poland). The conference gathered almost 80 scientists from Europe, USA, India, Japan, Chile, Australia and New Zealand. According to the will of all participants, the PULS’2008 Conference was dedicated to Prof. David A. Armstrong, who passed away on 24th July 2006. The very broad scope of the conference topics is very well illustrated with the list of invited lectures delivered: 1. Use of free-radical chemistry in mechanistic studies to combat disease by Robert ANDERSON 2. Mechanistic studies on the C–C bond cleavage reactions of arylcarbinyloxyl radicals by Massimo BIETTI 3. Radiation damage in proteins: theoretical aspects by Ian CARMICHAEL 4. One-electron reduction of 8-bromopurine nucleosides and excess electron transfer through DNA by Chryssostomos CHATGILIALOGLU 5. Solvation structure and dynamics of water and ionic liquids studied by
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