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General News

Event Cancelled – Anyone for Cricket?

08 Oct 2015

We regret to inform you that The evening seminar, Anyone for Cricket? was due to take place at the University of Reading on 13 October. The event was being held in partnership with the SCI Food Group, Acumentia and Vital Six.

Interview with Katherine England - working in dementia research

08 Oct 2015

SCI offered 58 researchers in academia and industry the opportunity to present posters on their research to the delegates who attended the 18th SCI/RSC Medicinal Chemistry Symposium in September 2015. Katherine England’s poster was awarded first prize. Here, Katherine tells us a little more about herself and the research that she is involved in.

Horticulture Group Newsletter October 2015

07 Oct 2015 This month's Horticulture Group Newsletter brings you news from the Group's AGM; as well as details of this year’s David Miller Award Recipients. You can also find out more about the ever popular 'conker' or horse chestnut.

SCI Members invited to join the 2015 CIPA Annual Debate

02 Oct 2015

We are pleased to share details of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys’ (CIPA) Annual Debate. The debates tend to be on a topical subject that is also close to the hearts of its members. This year CIPA turns its attention to disruptive technologies in the fields of science and engineering, in particular artificial intelligence (AI) and the likely consequences for intellectual property rights.

London Group Autumn/Winter Lecture Series 2015

02 Oct 2015

The London Group’s Autumn/Winter Lecture series returns on 6 October at UCL, with The Compatibility Gene., and then continues with more than half a dozen events over the coming months which are free to attend.