Are you attending SciX 2016? The RSC are holding symposia sessions at the conference which you will not want to miss!
The RSC and the ACS (American Chemical Society) are holding joint symposia dedicated to solving global health challenges–
Solving global health challenges: elemental techniques towards characterization, diagnostics, and detection
Monday 19 September, 3.50pm, Greenway E
Julian Tyson, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US
Marya Liberman, University of Notre Dame, USA
Sandra Pratt, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Dominic Hare, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Dave Koppenaal, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Solving global health challenges: molecular techniques towards diagnostics and detection
Wednesday 21 September, 1.20pm, Nicollet D2/D3
Jill Venton, University of Virginia, USA
Nick Stone, University of Exeter, UK
Jürgen Popp, University Jena, Germany
Ryan Bailey, University of Illinois, USA
Ji Xi Chen, Purdue University, USA
We are also hosting the RSC Awards Symposium where we honour the winners of the annual RSC analytical awards–
Patrick Hayes, University of Montreal, Canada (winner of the Analyst Emerging Investigators Lectureship)
Jonathan Abbatt, University of Toronto, Canada
Duncan Graham, University of Strathclyde, UK (Theophilus Redwood Award 2016)
Karen Faulds, University of Strathclyde, UK
Colin Campbell, University of Edinburgh, UK
Don’t forget to also pop by booth 108 at the conference to chat to Executive Editor, Philippa Hughes, who will be able to answer any questions you have about Analyst, Analytical Methods and JAAS.
Looking forward to seeing you there!