Congratulations to the CrystEngComm poster prize winners at British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting 2019

The 2019 British Crystallographic Association Spring meeting was held at the University of Nottingham on Monday 15th – Thursday 18th April. The British Crystallographic Association was formed in 1982 and is the UK national association for crystallography. It is made up of four subject based groups: biological structures; chemical crystallography; industrial applications & physical crystallography, and the interdisciplinary Young Crystallographers group. With over 600 members, the BCA’s primary aims work to promote crystallography in research and the education of young people in the methods, possibilites and achievements of crystallographic science.

The annual Spring Meeting brings together all four subject groups and the Young Crystallographers group for a three day conference in the UK to encourage a strong interaction and exchange of ideas among post-graduate students and members.

Georgia Scurfield, University of Oxford, CrystEngComm Poster Prize Winner

 

CrystEngComm sponsored two poster prizes at this year’s meeting which were awarded to:

Georgia Scurfield, University of Oxford, for the poster entitled:

Furthering our understanding of modulation in molecular structures

Aneesa Al-Ani, University of Bath, for the poster entitled:

Engineering a new access route to metastable polymorphs with electrical confinement for enhanced pharmaceutical properties

 

The winners received a journal certificate and a book voucher.

CrystEngComm sends hearty congratulations to the winners!

Georgia Scurfield pictured receiving her certificate from Iain Oswald, Chair of The Crystallography Group

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One Response to “Congratulations to the CrystEngComm poster prize winners at British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting 2019”

  1. […] Scheduled networking events ensured plenty of time to socialise with guest speakers and other students about their research careers as well as my own. The meeting awards ceremony and conference dinner wrapped up the event nicely and was a great opportunity to celebrate everyone’s hard work. It was a lovely surprise to be awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry’s CrystEngComm poster prize! […]