Congratulations to the DYME prize winners!

Last week saw the Dalton Younger Members Event (DYME) held at the University of Bath. This is a free biennial event designed to support PhD students and post-doctoral researchers within the Inorganic community, providing presentation and networking opportunities for early career researchers in a relaxed and friendly setting.


The event was organised by Dr Jennifer Garden (University of Edinburgh) and Emma Sackville (University of Bath), the post-doctoral and PhD representatives of the RSC Dalton Division, and featured plenary talks by Robin Bedford, Rebecca Melen, and Geoff Spikes as well as a packed schedule of oral and poster presentations by PhD and post-doctoral researchers.


Dalton Transactions was on hand to offer prizes for the best oral and poster presentations. The winners were:


Best Oral Presentations:

Conrad Goodwin (University of Manchester)

Alice Johnson (University of Zaragoza)


Best Poster Presentations:

Jamie Hunter (University of Edinburgh)

Kristine Laws (King’s College London)

Gemma Trott (University of Oxford)

L-R: Jennifer Garden,  Alice Johnson, Kristine Laws, Jamie Hunter, Conrad Goodwin, Gemma Trott, Emma Sackville 



DYME alternates years with the Meeting of Inorganic Chemists Recently Appointed (MICRA) which will be hosted by Rebecca Melen next year at Cardiff University.



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