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Young Chemist in Industry XX Jacqui Colgate | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United Kingdom This annual one day meeting, now in its 20th year provides a unique opportunity for younger chemists to showcase their industrial research to an external audience.
Rideal Lecture 2011 Jacqui Colgate | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United Kingdom The Rideal lecture is an annual award given by SCI’s Colloid and Surface Chemistry Group and the RSC’s Colloid and Interface Science Group. Colloid science principles have been successfully applied in a wide range of industries involving manufacture, processing and formulating many materials as aqueous dispersions
New Perspectives in Neurodegenerative Diseases and Cognition Jacqui Colgate | added on Feb 01, 2011 | United Kingdom This conference covers recent advances in the discovery and development of new drugs for the treatment of chronic neurodegenerative disease.
Exploring Chemical Space: Synthesising the Drugs of Tomorrow Jacqui Colgate | added on Jan 31, 2011 | United Kingdom Organic chemistry is dominated by a remarkably small number of molecular scaffolds. Therefore, the exploration of novel chemical space and molecular diversity remains a fundamental task for academic, pharmaceutical, and agrochemical researchers.
Electrochem 2011 Poster Prize Charne Green | added on Jan 31, 2011 | United Kingdom Each year the SCI Electrochemical Technology Group together with two groups from the Royal Society of Chemistry (the Electrochemistry Group and the Electrochemical Analysis Sensing Systems Group) collaborated in a major conference lasting for 2-3 days.
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