Faraday Discussion 162 – a great success

We have some photos to share with you from the Faraday Discussion last week on the fabrication, structure and reactivity of structured nanoparticles in Berlin, Germany.

Take a look at our upcoming Faraday Discussions here…there are many exciting and diverse discussion topics coming up!

Faraday Discussions are a long-established series of meetings which provide a unique international platform for the exchange of views and newly acquired results in developing areas of physical chemistry, biophysical chemistry and chemical physics. The Discussion is a dynamic forum for developing and exchanging exciting new ideas, and both the papers and discussion will be published in a final printed volume. The latest Impact Factor is 5.0.

Tina Nestler and Mike Bowker at Faraday Discussion 162

Tina Nestler and Mike Bowker

Mohammadhassan Dad, Matthew Neurock and Graham Hutchings Faraday Discussions 162

Mohammadhassan Dad, Matthew Neurock and Graham Hutchings

Conference Centre Faraday Discussion 162

The Conference Center

Juergen Behm and Geoff Thornton Faraday Discussion 162

Juergen Behm and Geoff Thornton

Kiyotaka Asakura, Niklas Nilius and Mike Bowker at Faraday Discussion 162

Kiyotaka Asakura, Niklas Nilius and Mike Bowker

Hajo Freund, Gerhard Ertl, Charles Campbell and Anthony Hughes at Faraday Discussion 162

Hajo Freund, Gerhard Ertl, Charles Campbell and Anthony Hughes

Everyone at Faraday Discussion 162

Everyone at Faraday Discussion 162

Mike Bowker and Soon Wen Hoh at Faraday Discussion 162

Mike Bowker and Soon Wen Hoh

Mike Bowker and Ian McPherson at Faraday Discussion 162

Mike Bowker and Ian McPherson

Gerhard Ertl at Faraday Discussion 162

Gerhard Ertl

Gabor Somorjai at Faraday Discussion 162

Gabor Somorjai

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