SCIX 2019


Are you going to be at SciX 2019? 



Analyst and the Royal Society of Chemistry are proud to announce that Professor Christy L. Haynes, (University of Minnesota, USA) is the winner of the RSC Theophilus Redwood Award. Professor Haynes will be giving an award plenary on the topic of Polymer-enabled Plasmonic Sensing at 08:00 am, Monday 14 October

Professor Christy Haynes

The Royal Society of Chemistry is also sponsoring a symposium in honour of Professor Christy Haynes (19AWD01) at 10:50 am, Monday 14 October. The symposium speakers are:

  • Julie Biteen, University of Michigan, USA
  • Vivian Ferry, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Tian (Autumn) Qiu, NIH, USA
  • Melissa Maurer-Jones, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA
  • Korin Wheeler, Santa Clara University, USA

Karen Faulds of the Analyst Advisory Board and Christopher J. Easley, Associate Editor of our sister journal Analytical Methods will be receiving prestigious awards at SciX 2019 and if you will be around, I encourage you to please attend their plenary lectures and award sessions.

  • Karen Faulds, will be receiving the Charles Mann Award for Raman Spectroscopy and will be giving a plenary lecture on Development of SERS and SESORRS for Multiplexed Bioanalysis at 8:00am on Tuesday 15 October, followed by a symposium in her honour at 9:15am (19AWD03).  


  • Chris Easley will be receiving the AES Electrophoresis Mid-Career Award and will be giving a plenary lecture on Digitizing Endocrine Tissue Secretions into Nanoliter Droplets for Analysis of Hormones and Metabolites at High Temporal Resolution at 8:30am on Wednesday 16 October, followed by a symposium in his honour at 9:15am (19AWD07).

Look out for our Royal Society of Chemistry booth, number 525, during the conference. Maria Southall, Deputy Editor, will be attending the conference and looks forward to meeting you at SciX 2019.

Read a recent paper by Christy L. Haynes and colleagues in our sister journal Environmental Science: Nano on Using an environmentally-relevant panel of Gram-negative bacteria to assess the toxicity of polyallylamine hydrochloride-wrapped gold nanoparticles

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