Oorgdagar 2011 Swedish Chemical Society, Division of Inorganic Chemistry Meeting

Ms Aneheim flanked by conference organisers Prof Lars Öhrström, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola (left) and Dr Christopher Knee, University of Gothenburg. Photo credit: Magnus T. Johnson

The inorganic chemistry division of the Swedish Chemical Society held their ‘Oorgdagar 2011’ last week. This meeting brings together researchers in inorganic chemistry, from organometallic chemistry to materials chemistry, in Sweden and Scandinavia. To find out more visit the inorganic chemistry division’s webpage, or see Jamie’s earlier blog.

Dalton Transactions was pleased to sponsor a poster prize at the meeting, which was awarded to Emma Aneheim, a phd student at Chalmers University of Technology in Göteborg, Sweden. Ms Aneheim’s poster was on ‘Palladium chemistry in the advanced reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel’. Find out more about her research by visiting Emma’s webpage at the Department of Nuclear Chemistry.

Conference organiser Prof Lars Öhrström was very enthusiastic about how well the meeting went, commenting ‘it was a great success with speakers from the UK, Germany, Finland, South Africa, France, USA as well as Sweden. The next (second) meeting will be held in Lund 2013’

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