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Speaker Interview: Prof Adam Nelson - New Approaches in Medicinal Chemistry

Adam Nelson

Prof Adam Nelson is one of the speakers at the upcoming New Approaches in Medicinal Chemistry event, organised by SCI's Young Chemists' Panel. He is a Professor of Chemical Biology at the University of Leeds and his talk will cover The realisation of activity-directed synthesis.

Rising to the challenge - cutting-edge techniques in medicinal chemistry

New Approaches in Medicinal Chemistry

Drug development is notoriously difficult, time-consuming and expensive. The industry is also facing one of its toughest times due to poor stock performance, lower numbers of drug approvals and poor late stage pipelines. This illustrates that there remain many huge challenges for the pharmaceutical industry. The field of medicinal chemistry is integral to the search for solutions for these challenges and this one day event will cover a range of pertinent techniques.

IEX 2016: Technical Training Courses

IEX 2016

The popular and long running series of Ion Exchange events will continue in 2016 with 'IEX 2016: Ion Exchange - a continuing success story' on Wednesday 6 - Friday 8 July 2016 at Robinson College, Cambridge. As in previous years, the conference will be preceded by technical training courses which will run on Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 July 2016 at the same venue as the conference.

Should you be utilising continuous flow technology?

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Chemists from the fields of pharmaceuticals, agrichemicals and fine and speciality chemicals have gained from recent innovations in Flow Technology for example in handling reactive species safely, optimizing reactions, novel chemistries, scaling up experiments, and telescoping procedures. With so many benefits available - should you learn more about it?

Rideal Travel Bursaries - Submit Your Application by 15 October 2015

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Rideal Travel Bursaries are offered by the Sir Eric Rideal Trust (managed jointly by SCI and the RSC) twice a year to promising academic research workers in the general field of colloid and surface science to attend conferences and/or visit relevant research institutions. Submit your application by 15 October 2015.

Interview with SCI Scholar, Moni Gupta

Moni Gupta

Moni Gupta received an SCI Scholarship in 2013. Here she tells us what being an SCI Scholar has enabled her to do.

The Building Stones of Cambridge walking tour

Cambridge

SCI Cambridge and Great Eastern held the Building Stones of Cambridge walking tour on 18 June. Attendees were treated to another fascinating tour of the building stones of Cambridge by Dr Nigel Woodcock, Director of Studies in Earth Sciences at University of Cambridge.

Last chance to apply - 2015 Seligman APV Fellowship

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Applications for the Seligman APV fellowship are due to close on 31 July 2015. If you are a recent food engineering graduate or post graduate who is currently based outside the UK and working in industry or academia, the Seligman APV Fellowship may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Review of 134th SCI AGM

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The 134th SCI AGM was attended by 66 members. Following a vote, the AGM saw the election of Dr Alan Baylis and the new Chair of the Board of Trustees, as well as four Trustees. Members were also elected unopposed as Ordinary Members of the three Standing Committees. SCI Honorary President Paul Booth OBE was succeeded by Neil Carson.

AGM 2015: Register your attendance

SCI 2014 AGM

Postal voting for the 2015 AGM election has now closed. However, it is still not too late to cast your vote. You can do so in person at the 134th SCI AGM on 1 July 2015.