Res. Chem. Intermed., Vol. 33, No. 1–2, pp. 1–3 (2007) © VSP 2007. Also available online - www.brill.nl/rci This Special Issue of Research on Chemical Intermediates consists of the Pro- ceedings of the International Symposium on Photochemistry in Supra-molecular Environments for Artiﬁcial Photosynthesis held at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan, August 5–6, 2003. The aim of the Symposium was to overview the present status with historical background and to foresee the future trends in the ﬁeld of photochemistry in supra-molecular environments, particularly relating to artiﬁ- cial photosynthesis. The Symposium was successfully organized by Prof. Haruo Inoue (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Yokohama, Japan), who was leading a Core Research on Evolutional Science and Technology (CREST) project titled “Devel- opment of Artiﬁcial Photosynthetic Systems using Water as an Electron Source,” under the auspices of the Japan Science and Technology Agency. The Symposium was composed of 15 invited talks by distinguished scientists who were intensively involved with research in this subject area, and 24 poster presenta- tions. The program of the invited talks in the Symposium is given below: August 5 09:00–09:10 Opening remark by Haruo Inoue, Tokyo Metropolitan Univer- sity, Tokyo, Japan 09:10–10:00 Haruo Inoue, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan “Visible-light-induced oxygenation
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