4th November 2019 - UCB Slough
This meeting is of interest to industrial chemists to discover what their contemporaries are working on in other companies and other areas of research, but also for academic chemists who want to find out the different challenges and focus that working in an industrial setting offers. It also presents a superb opportunity for younger chemists to showcase their industrial research to an external audience. Prizes will be awarded for the best talk and runners-up. In addition, a lecture from a leading industrial chemist will conclude the proceedings.
13.12.2019 - Cambridge Chemistry Dept
The Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector (BMCS) of the RSC will be hosting its thirteenth postgraduate symposium for PhD students and postdoctoral workers researching in biological or medicinal chemistry and related areas. The event will be held in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge on Friday 13th December 2019. Researchers working in these areas are invited to participate.
Registration will start at 9:00 am with talks beginning at 10:00 am. The day will consist of 11 oral presentations (8 student and 3 keynote) plus a Flash Poster section. Each 20 minute student talk will be followed by 10 minutes for questions.
Throughout the day there will be keynote talks from industrial and academic chemists. A buffet lunch will be provided to accompany the poster session.
The BMCS judges will be awarding prizes to participants. There will be prizes of £300 for the best oral presentation and of £150 for the best poster. These will be celebrated at the end of the day.
If you are interested in presenting your relevant PhD or post-doctoral work please submit a half-page abstract by 17th September 2019 in addition to registering. Those selected by the BMCS committee to give oral presentations will be notified by 27th October. Travel expenses will be reimbursed to speakers.
Submit abstracts to:
Dr. Dave Alker
This event is FREE but all attendees should register as soon as possible and no later than the 30th November 2019.
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