25 Jul 2017
Analyst is delighted to announce the second Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship is open for nominations.
The Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship is a platform for an early career analytical scientist to raise the profile of the analytical sciences to the wider scientific community and general public.
- The recipient will receive up to £2000 contribution towards travel and accommodation costs to attend and present a lecture based on their research at a leading international meeting to be decided by the Chair of the Analyst Editorial Board.
- Recipients will be invited to contribute a review to Analyst in the following year.
How to nominate
Self-nomination is not permitted. Nominators must send the following to the editorial team (at firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday 28th February 2018:
- A recommendation letter, including the name, contact details and website URL of the nominee.
- A one-page CV for the nominee, including their date of birth, summary of education and career, a list of up to five of their top independent publications, total numbers of publications.
- A one-page statement of achievement with a lay summary, written by the nominee describing their best accomplishments.
- A supporting letter of recommendation from an independent referee. Ideally this should not be someone from the same institution or the candidate’s post doc or PhD supervisor.
The nominator and independent referee should comment on the candidate’s presenting skills.
Incomplete nominations or those not adhering to the above requirements will not be considered.
Particulars and selection criteria
- To be eligible for the lectureship candidates typically will be within 10 years of completing their PhD, but appropriate consideration will be given to those who have taken a career break or followed a different study path.
- The editorial team will screen each nomination for eligibility and draw up a shortlist of candidates based on the nomination documents provided.
- The recipient of the lectureship will then be selected by the Analyst Editorial Board.
For any queries, please contact the editorial team at email@example.com.
2016 – Patrick Hayes
14 Jul 2017
‘Newton Fund Researcher Links Workshop’ will be held at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, from 6th – 8th November, 2017.
The ‘Newton Fund Researcher Link Workshop’ provides opportunities for early career researchers from the UK and internationally to interact, learn from each other and explore opportunities for building long-lasting research collaborations. As part of this programme, early career researchers are now being recruited to participate in the workshop.
The workshop will provide a unique opportunity for sharing research expertise and networking. During the workshops, early career researchers will have the opportunity to present their research in the form of a poster/short oral presentation and discuss this with established researchers from the UK and partner countries. There will be a focus on building up links for future collaborations and participants selected on the basis of their research potential and ability to build longer term links.
The Newton Fund will cover the costs related to the participation to the workshop, including: travel (both international and local), accommodation and meals. Costs for the visa will be covered; however, participants will be responsible for making all the necessary arrangements. Although this cost will not be covered by the Newton Fund participants are encouraged to purchase an adequate travel and medical insurance.
Registration deadline: 31 July 2017
Click here to find out more
10 Jul 2017
You are cordially invited to the Microfluidics Congress: USA in Philadelphia on 24th – 26th July 2017. Join our community of leading academics and scientists from biotechnology & pharmaceuticals organizations who are working to transform healthcare by harnessing the developments of these new and overlapping technologies.
Microfluidics is a rapidly developing area of research, and scientists are continually discovering the wide range of possibilities the technology can provide. At the intersection of engineering, physics, chemistry, nanotechnology, and biotechnology, microfluidics is revolutionizing the way patients are diagnosed, monitored and treated, and is unlocking the potential for reduced reagent consumption and thus, cost.
The conference will examine the latest developments in the technologies and techniques being used for progressing medical research, as well as the challenges and future of microfluidics. Registration is now open here.
Some of the topics to be covered:
• Point-of-care diagnostics
• Droplet microfluidics
• Isolation and analysis of CTCs
• 3D printing of microfluidic devices
• Single-cell analysis
• Commercialization and venture capitalism
Keynote speakers will include Lab on a Chip Editor-in-Chief Abraham Lee and Advisory Board member George Whitesides. See the agenda for further details.
Enhance your itinerary with pre & post event workshops. Lab on a Chip Advisory Board member Holger Becker (microfluidic ChipShop GmbH), will lead a 4 hour workshop on Lab-on-a-Chip technologies as an enabling technology for new product development in diagnostics and the life sciences.
09 Jun 2017
Analytical Chemical Days 2017 will be held at Université de Ngaoundéré, Cameroon, from 27th – 29th September.
The conference is a fantastic chance for researchers to present their research results, share and learn multidisciplinary research, and create collaborations between research teams. As well as this, Analyst is proud to be supporting Analytical Chemical Days by offering the winner of the poster prize a free subscription to Analyst.
T1: Physical, chemical and microbiological analysis of water
T2: Optimisation of decontamination processes in contaminated water
T3: Dynamics of contaminants in ecosystems (water, plants, soils and air)
T4: Electrochemical sensors and biosensors
T5: Electrochemical engineering: development of new electrode materials
T6: Environmental biotechnology and waste treatment
15th July: Registration payment deadline
Click here to register for Analytical Chemical Days
22 May 2017
The Gordon F. Kirkbright bursary award is a prestigious annual award that enables a promising student/non-tenured young scientist of any nation to attend a recognised scientific meeting or visit a place of learning. The fund for this bursary was established in 1985 as a memorial to Professor Gordon Kirkbright in recognition of his contributions to analytical spectroscopy and to science in general. Although the fund is administered by the Association of British Spectroscopists (ABS) Trust, the award is not restricted to spectroscopists.
Applications are invited for the 2018 Gordon Kirkbright Bursary.
To download an Application Form or for further information visit, http://www.abstrust.org/, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for entries is 31 December 2018.
17 May 2017
Read about the Chemistry World article, based on a paper by Analyst Associate Editor Takehiko Kitamori
A research team from Japan has developed a method for sampling tiny amounts of fluid from single cells without killing them. They hope their technique will allow scientists to better study cellular mechanisms from differentiation to cancer formation.
Advances in analytical detection methods enable processing and detection of analytes, even individual molecules, from single cell samples. But before chemical analysis can take place, a sample must be extracted from the cell – a procedure the cell usually doesn’t survive.
Takehiko Kitamori’s team from the University of Tokyo now managed to form a 100nm-wide hole in a human cell membrane and connect this hole to a tiny pipette to extract a sample – all while keeping the cell alive. Instead of piercing the cell by force, they coated their nanopipette with a lipid bilayer, the same material the cell membrane is made out of, which causes the two to fuse.
Read the full article in Chemistry World >>>
Micro/extended-nano sampling interface from a living single cell
L. Lin, K. Mawatari, K. Morikawa, Y. Pihosh, A. Yoshizaki and T. Kitamori
Analyst, 2017, 142, 1689-1696
DOI: 10.1039/C7AN00220C, Paper
This paper is free to access until 16th June
11 May 2017
MSB 2017 was held from March 26th – 29th, in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. Analyst was involved in the best poster competition, along with sister journal Analytical Methods and fellow RSC journal Lab on a Chip. The competition was Judged by an international panel of scientists, which was chaired by Dr Monika Dittman, Agilent Technologies, Germany. All posters were judged on the following criteria:
Novelty and originality of the work, creativity and potential for innovation;
Scope of work, technical quality of experimental design, and execution of experiments;
Readability of the presentation and author’s explanations.
For the Analyst sponsored prize, the award winner received a free, one year e-subscription to Analyst. Congratulations to all of the prize winners.
Three of the best poster award winners, along with conference co-chair Rawi Ramautar (far left) and chair of the poster prize award panel, Monika Dittman (far right)
07 Apr 2017
International Workshop on Biosensors for Dementia
BiosenseDementia 2017 will be held at Plymouth University, England, from 13th – 14th June.
Plymouth University is pleased to announce hosting of a two-day international workshop for biosensors for dementia from the 13th – 14th June 2017. This is the first international workshop for nanotechnology based sensors for dementia detection to be hosted at Plymouth University jointly with Swansea University and funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, UK.
The International Workshop on Biosensors for Dementia combines expert academics and researchers from industry and healthcare. It is a fantastic chance to share knowledge in dementia diagnosis and biosensor development. This important event will consist of plenary and invited talks, along with submitted papers and poster presentations.
Early bird registration deadline: 21st April
Find out more here
06 Apr 2017
UCCS 2017 was held from 27th – 29th March, in Lake Arrowhead, USA. Organised entirely by graduate students and postdocs from across the University of California. UCCS Focuses on current graduate students from all fields of chemistry within the University. Analyst was proud to sponsor a poster prize for the symposium. It is clear that the future of chemistry is in safe hands.
We would like to congratulate the Analyst poster prize winner: Samuel S. Hinman. His poster was titled: DNA Linkers and Diluents for Stable and Specific Gold Nanoparticle Bioconjugates in Multiplexed Assay Development.
Samuel S. Hinman receiving his poster prize award from Jen Griffiths, Editorial Development Manager, Americas, Journals
Well done Samuel!
05 Apr 2017
HPLC 2017 is due to be held from 18th – 22nd June, in Prague, Czech Republic
It is our great pleasure and honor to invite you to HPLC 2017 Prague symposium organized for the first time in the Czech Republic. The HPLC symposium series is well known as the world leading forum for the information exchange among researchers dealing with separations in liquid phases and supercritical fluids. The conference program covers all aspects of fundamental and experimental approaches, novel instrumentation, column technologies and cutting-edge applications & instrumentation. The important feature is the coupling with mass spectrometry therefore one program track is devoted to hyphenated techniques only. The large exhibition enables to meet leading vendors presenting their latest technical innovations.
Analyst and sister journal Analytical Methods are pleased to be supporting the symposium, which is shaping up to be yet another high quality HPLC event.
17th April, 2017: Abstract deadline for poster presentations
1st May, 2017: Deadline for regular registration payment
1st May, 2017: Final programme confirmed
1st June: Abstract deadline for late breaking posters
Click here to view the full programme