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22nd Regional Graduate Symposia Novel Organic Chemistry - University of Bath

Activity by Jacqui Colgate   |   added on Feb 01, 2011   |   United Kingdom Official_iyc_logo

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For the twenty second consecutive year, the SCI is organising regional graduate symposia. 8-12 Lectures will be given by selected final year graduate students who are completing research for a PhD in the UK.

22nd Regional Graduate Symposia Novel Organic Chemistry - University of Bath

 

 

 

University of Bath
Wednesday 13th April 2011

All meetings run for a half day starting ~1pm. There is no registration fee.

For the twenty second consecutive year, the SCI is organising regional graduate symposia. 8-12 Lectures will be given by selected final year graduate students who are completing research for a PhD in the UK. We are seeking to attract a broad spectrum of fine chemicals topics. Most organic research (synthesis, mechanisms, analysis) falls into this remit and we welcome contributions from all areas of novel organic chemistry.

Students interested in presenting their work, or anyone who would like further information about these events, are encouraged to speak to their supervisor and contact the appropriate local organizer:

University of Bath
David Carbery
d.carbery@bath.ac.uk

SCI Organizer (general enquiries)
Steven Howard
s.howard@astex-therpautics.com

The best lecture in each symposium will receive an SCI/FCG prize of £200, with a runner up pize of £100. In addition, the regional winners will receive free bursaries to attend a one day SCI Chemistry Symposium. An informal wine mixer will also be held at the end of each event.

Please follow this link which will direct you to the nomination form - Click here

Please note that the deadline for nominations will be February 4th.


Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking, educational materials Audience: students, research scientists, universities, tertiary education, educational institutions, decision makers, industrial chemists, general public, professors, educators, professional chemists, post graduate students
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