Congratulations to all the Poster Prize winners at the RSC Organic Division Poster Symposium 2015.
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We are pleased to present the prize to these winners:
First Prize – Hiroki Wada
(University of Nottingham)
Second Prize – Keith Andrews & Giacomo Crisenza
(University of Nottingham & University of Bristol)
Industry Prize – Joanna Sadler
(University of Strathclyde)
Participants Prize – Jorge Gonzalez
(University of Edinburgh)
Organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry, the symposium took place in London on the 30th November 2015.
The symposium provides a fantastic opportunity for final year organic chemistry PhD students to showcase their research and network with their peers, leading academics, and industrial chemists.
In the words of the winner: “This event provided me a great opportunity not only to learn cutting edge organic chemistry and biochemistry, but also to network with academics and industrial researchers. I feel that the event showcases the shift from traditional small molecule medicinal chemistry to biologically and nature orientated chemistry, and it was really interesting to observe this and also to contribute to it. It was an invaluable experience meeting and discussing my work and theirs with many world leading scientists.” (Hiroki Wada)