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Messel Travel Bursary recipient, James Frost, reports from the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco, California

13 Jun 2017

James Frost was awarded the Messel Travel Bursary to attend the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco, California. Here, he tells us about the conference and his opportunity to give an oral presentation on hydrogen borrowing catalysis to an international audience.

Sense About Science: latest events and activities

13 Jun 2017

SCI is pleased to bring you news from our Collaborative Partner Sense About Science. Sense About Science works with scientists and members of the public to change public debates and to equip people to make sense of science and evidence. Find out about the latest events and activities.

Leverhulme Travel Bursary recipient, Daniel Mould, reports from the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco, California

13 Jun 2017

Daniel Mould received a Leverhulme Travel Bursary, which allowed him to travel to San Francisco, California in February 2017 to attend the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting. He presented a poster on his PhD research, which looked at developing reversible demethylase inhibitors as a treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia.

Messel Travel Bursary Recipient, Rosemary Croft, reports from the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco, California

12 Jun 2017

Rosemary Croft was awarded a Messel Travel Bursary, which enabled her to travel to the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco, California. Here, she reports on this large-scale conference and her experience presenting a talk and poster on her PhD research in synthetic chemistry.

Salters’ Institute Centenary Awards

06 Jun 2017

To celebrate its Centenary in 2018 the Salters' Institute has set up a new award scheme to recognise and support individuals who are starting out in their career and who have the potential to make an outstanding long-term contribution to the chemical and allied industries.