There’s still just time to submit a poster for Inorganic Photophysics and Photochemistry – Fundamentals and Applications: Dalton Discussion 13. The deadline date is 6 July.
The fields of photophysics and photochemistry of metal complexes – and their associated spectroscopic methodology – have never been more topical. This Discussion will bring together people from a wide range of disciplines, from theory and ultrafast spectroscopy to medicinal chemistry and biology, but all with a shared interest in the use of light.
Registration is quick and simple via our online booking system, so act today and benefit from early bird savings.
Taking part in this Dalton Discussion is a great way to get your own research work better known. You can also have your own poster abstract space at the meeting – submit yours now.
I will be attending the Discussion and would love to meet you, so come and join this timely and thought-provoking discussion and hear speakers who are among the key scientists in the field. Contributions from all photophysics-based disciplines will be welcome.
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