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Government publishes Horizon 2020 Brexit advice

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In preparation for a potential no-deal scenario, the UK government has published advice for UK and EU researchers, universities, and industry on Horizon 2020.

Algae enzyme improves biofuel production

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An enzyme found in the red alga Cyanidioschyzon merolae could help to accelerate biofuel production.

Interview: DSA recipient Dr Parkash Kochar

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Dr Parkash Kochar is one of this year’s three recipients of SCI’s Distinguished Service Awards (DSA). He joined SCI in 1974 and throughout his membership has been involved heavily in SCI’s Lipids group. Here, Parkash describes his involvement and experiences at SCI.

AI model reduces toxicity of cancer treatments

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Using machine learning techniques, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab, US, have created an AI model that can learn from patient data to determine the fewest doses needed to optimise cancer treatment, while reducing toxicity.

Professor Gerry Gilmore – Mapping the Milky Way in Six Dimensions

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During his Public Evening Lecture, on Wednesday 24 October 2018, Professor Gerry Gilmore will discuss his work with the European Space Agency Gaia Mission, which is mapping one billion stars in six dimensions, and opening a new window on our knowledge of our galaxy.

Apply now - SCI Travel Bursaries 2019 open for application

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Are you a PhD student? Are you planning to travel to a conference or site visit and in need of funds? Then look no further than the SCI Travel Bursary scheme!

Press Release: Professor Mike Bevan – Can Genomics Feed the World?

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At his Public Evening Lecture, on Wednesday 24 October 2018, Professor Mike Bevan will discuss how genomic approaches to food production will improve the variety of crops available and make a significant contribution to global food security.

SCI America News: Gordon E Moore Medal awarded to Dr. Steven Swier

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SCI America are pleased to announce that Dr Steven Swier of The Dow Chemical Company will be awarded the SCI Gordon E. Moore Medal. This medal is the premier recognition for early career success, as reflected both in market impact and improvement to quality of life. Established to draw attention to young innovators and connect with the SCI Perkin medal, the award was named after Gordon E. Moore, co-founder of Intel and a seminal figure in the establishment and development of the semi-conductor industry.

News from SCI America: Perkin Medal awarded to Barbara Haviland Minor

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SCI America is pleased to announce that the prestigious SCI Perkin Medal will be awarded to Barbara Haviland Minor, The Chemours Company. This annual award is recognised as the highest honour given for outstanding work in applied chemistry in the United States.

AGM 2018: Review

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Our roundup of SCI's 2018 AGM