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Richardson Travel Bursary winner, Jessica McGlynn, reports from Dallas

Jessica McGlynn

Jessica McGlynn was awarded the Richardson Travel Bursary to attend the 235th Electrochemical Society Meeting in Dallas, USA. Here she tells us about the talks she attended from a diverse range of speakers and how she gained valuable insights that enabled her to enhance her knowledge and understanding of materials science and electrochemistry.

Messel Travel Bursary recipient, Ivalina Minova, reports from Orlando

Ivalina Minova

Ivalina Minova was awarded a Messel Travel Bursary to attend the ACT National Meeting and Exposition: Chemistry for New Frontiers in Florida, United States. Here she tells us about the scientific talks and discussions she experienced as well as the opportunity to explore the careers fair and the multiple networking opportunities the meeting provided.

Caroline van den Brul – The Story of Science Communication through the Lens of the BBC


On Wednesday 27 November 2019, Caroline van den Brul MBE will look at the challenges and rewards of balancing information, education, entertainment, and statistics when communicating science to the public.

Exploring the Innovation Frontier


SCI-America and Science History Institute’s Innovation Day puts focus on the chemical industry’s future.

Now in its 16th year, Innovation Day has grown into a well-established annual event composed of a community of researchers in the chemical industry. Since its inception, Innovation Day was designed to provide young industrial scientists with a vista of the broader challenges and opportunities facing the industry. Although primarily bench scientists, these researchers need to look beyond their laboratories in order to grow into future leaders of their

Journal Highlights: April 2019


Here are some of the highlights from the most recent issues of our journals. To view the full range of SCI's journals, visit our Publications page!

Introducing SCI’s Energy group blog series!

Renewable energy

SCI's Energy group are set to release a series of blog articles on the SCIBlog, which will explore various topics around energy, discussing how recent years have seen energy play a large role in response to the climate threat.

Interview: 2019 Bright SCIdea winners

Team Plastech Innovation

SCI speaks to the 2019 Bright SCIdea Challenge winners Plastech Innovation about their scientific idea and the future of their start-up.

John Sworen announced as Gordon E Moore Medal winner

john sworen

SCI America is pleased to announce that John Sworen of The Chemours Company will be awarded the 2019 Gordon E Moore Medal for his work on sustainable textiles.

‘Exotic’ genes could improve cotton yields

Cotton field

Strains of cotton with ‘exotic’ genetic material could help improve yields, while also increasing fibre quality.

Journal Highlights: March 2019


Here are some of the highlights from the most recent issues of our journals. To view the full range of SCI's journals, visit our Publications page!