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ARF24 — Analytical research forum 2024
18 Jun 2024 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract:
The Analytical research forum (ARF) provides an opportunity for PhD students and early career researchers from analytical science communities to present their work alongside high profile scientists. The event will showcase cutting-edge analytical chemistry and applications to stimulate new research, collaboration and engagement between academia and industry.
Event listing ID:
1598401
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GK2024 — The 27th International Symposium on Gas Kinetics and Related Phenomena
14 Jul 2024 - 18 Jul 2024 • Leeds, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The Symposium is organised under the auspices of the Gas Kinetics Interest Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Abstract:
The Symposium provides an open forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest experimental and theoretical research on a wide range of topics related to gas phase chemical kinetics. This has been expanded over recent years to cover all aspects of atmospheric and combustion chemistry, as well as astrochemistry and planetary atmospheres, with an increasing role for kinetics of heterogeneous and surface chemistry.
Event listing ID:
1598361
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MICRA 2024 — Meeting of Inorganic Chemists Recently Appointed
09 Sep 2024 - 11 Sep 2024 • Leicester, United Kingdom
Abstract:
MICRA brings together researchers working across the field of inorganic chemistry. Attendees are expected to be at an early stage in their career. This includes early career academics, independent research fellows and experienced postdoctoral researchers. All attendees are encouraged to give short presentations on their work in order to introduce themselves to the community and potentially inspire new collaborations. The meeting is a great opportunity to get to know the early career researchers across the UK working in inorganic chemistry.
Event listing ID:
1598385
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Faraday Discussion — Advances in supramolecular gels
30 Apr 2025 - 02 May 2025 • Glasgow, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract:
Our ability to make soft materials based on the fundamental principles of self-assembly has led to a rich and varied global interdisciplinary community, particularly in the area of functional supramolecular gels. These gels are formed by the self-assembly of small molecules into one dimensional structures that entangle to form a network. Their applications are broad; gels have been shown to be of value in the life sciences in 3D cell culture, with a number of recent spin-out companies focused in this area but also have promise as new optoelectronic materials. The inherent interdisciplinarity of the field provides opportunities for chemists, physicists, biologists and engineers to work together, but also raises a number of challenges. Exciting new developments are opening up in transient and dynamic gels, and in the techniques used to study these systems – in particular contrast-matched small-angle scattering, cryo-TEM, and super-resolution microscopy. The four themes of this meeting will bring together different research communities and particular emphasis will be placed upon the transfer of learning between the different themes.
Event listing ID:
1598367


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