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Sophie Beckett - a career as a research chemist

Sophie Beckett

Sophie discussed how anyone with ideas can develop a successful career in science.

SCI Groups respond to House of Commons inquiry on Strategic Metals

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Britain no longer meets its own needs in terms of metal extraction and its ability to recycle the metals it has used has declined considerably in recent years.

Farewell to Henry Warson

Dr Henry Warson receives his DSA

SCI regrets to announce that Dr Henry Warson died today in Solihull aged 93.

Biological aerosol work wins Beilby Medal

Dr Suwan Jayasinghe

Biological aerosol work wins Beilby Medal

SCI scholar Lisa Murphy

Lisa Murphy

Lisa's research is based around synthesising and characterising novel luminescent platinum complexes, involving cyclometallating N^C^N terdentate ligands

Advanced materials for sensor design


Sensors have a fundamental role to play in many aspects of modern life. This encompasses applications as diverse as household safety, fire detection, healthcare monitoring, process management, security and quality control.

Advances in Epoxy Chemistry conference held in August 2008


Advances in electronics, in energy -efficient transport technology and in energy generation from renewable sources require parallel advances in polymer chemistry.

International Advanced Materials Summit in Tianjin China


The second International Advanced Materials Summit took place in Tianjin, China.

Russell Binions publishes first textbook

Russell Binions book

Russell's book is the Chemical Vapour Deposition of Main Group Metal Oxides and Phosphides: Aspects of Synthesis and Functional Property.

SCI Scholar Sen Lin

Sen Lin

Sen Lin's Biomaterials PhD project is about Protein adsorption onto tissue engineering scaffolds made of nano-porous bioactive glass.

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