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Charles Tennant Memorial Lecture

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Charles Tennant Memorial Lecture – Established 1943

Charles Tennant was a pioneer of the chemical industry and was instrumental in encouraging the growth of the textile industry. He came from modest beginnings as an apprentice weaver and went on to patent various methods of making bleaches, eventually setting up his own company in Paisley. More details

Today the Charles Tennant Memorial Lecture is one of SCI Scotland's most prestigious honours and a popular and high profile social fixture in its national industrial calendar.

The most recent Charles Tennant Memorial Lecture was held on 13 October 2015 at the University of the West of Scotland. Please click on the link below for more information, and to book.

Nomination By: Scotland Regional Interest Group

Qualification: Expertise in chemical research and knowledge

Description: Lecture

Presented At: Scottish Regional Interest Group Event, preferably in Glasgow

Frequency: Every two to three years or as appropriate

Selection: Scottish Regional Group Committee

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