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Event review: What can big data do for chemistry?

big data

Is AI our friend or foe?: Report from SCI’s Fine Chemicals group ‘What can big data do for chemistry?’ event

Organofluorine Chemistry: Synthetic Methods and Applications Event Preview

Flourine on keyboard

Leading academics from the UK and Europe will present their latest research on the synthesis and application of fluorinated organic molecules in this exciting one-day symposium.

Bright SCIdea Challenge

What's your bright SCIdea? 22-23 February 2018

SCI is launching a national student innovation competition, aiming to enhance the business acumen of young scientists and explore ideas for the new industrial strategy.

Introducing SCI Scholar, Kay Yeung

Kay Yeung

For over thirty years, SCI has supported and recognised the excellence of early career people, by aiding their studies in the form of an SCI Scholarship. Kay Yeung was awarded an SCI Scholarship in 2016. Here, she tells us about herself and her research project.

Introducing SCI Scholar, Thomas Britten

Tom Britten

For over thirty years, SCI has supported and recognised the excellence of early career people, by aiding their studies in the form of an SCI Scholarship. Thomas Britten was awarded an SCI Scholarship in 2016. Here, he tells us about himself and his research project.

Innovation in Alzheimer’s disease: what’s next?

test tubes

After failed attempts of launching new Alzheimer's medicines, does industry need to rethink what makes good innovation?

Sense About Science: latest events and activities

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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.

AI shortens chemical predictions to minutes

Artificial intelligence

Researchers have found a way to use AI to greatly accelerate chemical analysis.

You're Hired 2017 - event preview

You're Hired 2017 Wednesday 29 November 2017

On Wednesday 29 November SCI is pleased to present You’re Hired 2017, a free event aimed at successful preparation for job interviews and career development.

Messel Travel Bursary recipient, Martin Peeks, reports from the International Symposium on Novel Aromatics

Martin Peeks

Messel Travel Bursary recipient, Martin Peeks, reports from the International Symposium on Novel Aromatics