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C&I Magazine

16 September 2016

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    Today at SCI

    The SCI Agri-Food Hub2016 Food Matters Live -
    SCI Agri-Food
    Poster Competition

    The SCI Agri-Food Hub will have a stand at this event on 22-24 November at ExCeL, London, There will be an opportunity to showcase your research and work to a broad and influential audience. The deadline for poster applications is:
    30 September 2016.

    Meet our members:

    Mohmed MullaIn 2016, Mohmed Mulla was awarded a Rideal Travel Bursary for his attendance at the 90th ACS Colloid & Surface Science Symposium which was held at Harvard University, Boston, USA.

    ‘The ACS Colloid & Surface Science Symposium is a topical meeting bringing together interdisciplinary researchers in academia and industry with a common interest in particles and complex fluids, interfacial phenomena and chemistry, soft-matter science and environmental science.

    ‘I was selected to deliver an oral presentation in a technical break-out session of specific interest to my work. Not only did this serve as a fantastic opportunity to present at an international conference, but it also provided the perfect platform to discuss my work, and network with experts in the field. As part of my PhD, I have been in discussion with a group in Japan who specialise in microfluidics. Their attendance at the conference allowed us to finally meet face to face and has hopefully facilitated a research trip to their group.

    ‘Attending this conference gave me the chance to talk to a range of academics based in the US which was extremely useful and insightful, as I am nearing the end of my PhD and am weighing up my future career prospects in academia.’

    ‘Overall the conference proved to be an extremely valuable experience. I am very grateful to the Rideal Trust for awarding me this travel grant and helping me to attend this international conference.’

    Mohmed Mulla
    PhD Student, University of Leeds


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