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Butter being spread on toast Public Evening Lecture:
Prof Jack Winkler and Dr Rob Winwood, Fat Lies and Thin Truths - is Eating Fat Bad for You?
17 May 2016

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SCI promotes Innovation and Education via forums and networks which support the delivery of our charitable aim to advance the commercial application of chemistry related sciences into business.

SCI was established by Royal Charter in 1881, by a prominent group of forward thinking Scientists, Inventors and Business people; with founder members going on to set up major businesses producing many of the daily products we recognise today.

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Today at SCI

Dr John WilkinsCongratulations to CaGE Chair, Dr John Wilkins
John Wilkins has been a member of SCI since 1992 and became Chair of the Cambridge and Great Eastern Group in 2006. He has recently been awarded a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from Cardiff University on The analysis of pesticides & related compounds using Mass Spectrometry.

Meet our members:

Sinan Uzunlu‘I was awarded a post-doc bursary from my own country, Turkey, for a placement at the University of Reading (UoR) Food and Nutritional Sciences department in 2014, under the supervision of Professor Keshavan Niranjan. During the study period, it became clear that our project would not be due for completion until 2015. I applied for a 2015 SCI AJ Banks Travel Bursary, which was awarded to me, towards my continued stay at the University of Reading. This opportunity was fascinating and had a tremendous effect on me as a researcher, it gave me a positive impact on my current studies and we were able to get a promising result from our study. My thanks to SCI for the AJ Banks Travel Bursary, and to Prof Niranjan and post-doctorate friends for making this study visit possible.’
Dr Sinan Uzunlu
Pamukkale University, Turkey

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