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The 19th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry (ISOS XIX), Toulouse, July 2020

ISOS XIX Royal Society of Chemistry

 

Chemical Science is pleased to be sponsoring The 19th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry (ISOS XIX) in Toulouse, 05 – 10 July 2020 along with RSC Advances, ChemComm and Dalton Transactions.

It will be held at the University Paul Sabatier and aims to bring together outstanding scientists from both academia and industry to explore the frontiers of Silicon Chemistry from basic and fundamental science to the development of new synthetic tools and of silicon-based materials and technologies. The scientific programme will reflect the latest achievements in synthesis (organic and organometallic), bio-organo silicon chemistry, catalysis, and material sciences (including bio-composites, silica, silsesquioxanes, silicones, silicon polymers etc..).

You can find out more on the website.

Don’t forget to register before the deadline:

Early Bird Registration Deadline:  15 April 2020

 

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F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry, Spring ACS National Meeting, March 22 – 26 | Philadelphia

Chemical Science and Dalton Transactions are very pleased to be sponsoring the F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry Symposium this year as part of the Spring ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia. The award recognizes outstanding synthetic accomplishment in the field of inorganic chemistry. The award is granted regardless of race, gender, age, religion, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, presence of disabilities, and educational background. Creativity and imagination is especially valued.

We wish the 2020 winner Professor Daniel J. Mindiola a huge congratulations!

 

You can find out more about the F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry on the website.

 

 

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Biophotoelectrochemical Systems: Solar Energy Conversion and Fundamental Investigations, 22 – 24 April, Cambridge

Biophotoelectrochemical Workshop 2020

We are pleased to be sponsoring the upcoming Biophotoelectrochemical Systems: Solar Energy Conversion and Fundamental Investigations workshop which will be held at the School of Divinity, St John’s College, Cambridge on 22 – 24th April.

This workshop will cover a range of topics, including:

  • Latest developments in protein-film and biofilm photoelectrochemistry, semi-artificial photosynthesis, biophotovoltaics, biological production of solar fuels and chemicals
  • New materials and characterisation tools for the above areas
  • Insights into degradation pathways (photodegradation, reaction with reactive oxygen species, mediator toxicity…) and strategies to enhance stability
  • Short-circuiting pathways at the bio-material interface (charge carrer recombination, redox cycling, non-natural electron transfer pathways…)
  • Engineering challenges – using protein-film and biofilm electrodes for practical applications (electron transfer bottlenecks, the voltage/recombination dilemma, bioengineering challenges…)

 

Registration is now open

 

You can find out more information, including a full list of confirmed speakers, over on the website.

 

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The Miller Symposium, 5-6 March, UC Davis

The Miller symposium is an annual event dedicated to Professor R. Bryan Miller and his contributions and achievements in research, teaching, and the chemical community. This symposium honours his legacy by celebrating the advancements in chemistry and chemical biology that have led transformative technologies in pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

 

Chemical Science is pleased to be sponsoring along with Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry.

 

To register for the symposia, click here

To learn more about the work of R. Bryan Miller and previous symposia, click here.

 

R. Bryan Miller Symposium

 

 

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14th Annual International Electromaterials Science Symposium, Australian National University, Canberra 5 – 7 February 2020

14th Annual International Electromaterials Science Symposium

 

Hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES), the 14th Annual International Electromaterials Science Symposium will be held at the Australian National University in Canberra 5 – 7 February. Chemical Science is pleased to be sponsoring the symposium along with Journal of Materials Chemistry C and Materials Horizons.

 

The symposium will provide a multidisciplinary forum, with participants from across eight Australian collaborating institutions, as well as international partners from around the world. Topics will cover both the fundamental and applied aspects of electromaterials, new devices, and across broad areas of research in Health, Energy, and Ethics. It provides a platform for leading international scientists and engineers to communicate their work to the next generation of researchers, and inspire us to continue to make the scientific and technological breakthroughs that are necessary to continue our transition towards a cleaner, healthier and more socially conscious society.

 

You can find out more over on the website

 

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The 18th Meeting of the French-American Chemical Society (FACS XVIII), Charleston, June 2020

FACSXVIII

 

Chemical Science is pleased to be sponsoring The 18th Meeting of theFrench-American Chemical Society (FACS XVIII) in Charleston, South Carolina, 07-11 June 2020 along with Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry and ChemSocRev.

It will be held in The Emmeline hotel in the historic district of Charleston and early reigstration is now open!

 

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1st International Conference on Noncovalent Interactions

Last month, Chemical Science sponsored the 1st International Conference on Noncovalent Interactions, in Lisbon, Portugal. The talks highlighted the important role of noncovalent interactions in a range of disciplines, such as theoretical chemistry, synthesis, catalysis, crystal engineering, molecular recognition, medicinal chemistry, biology, materials science, and electrochemical immobilization.

Chemical Science, along with Dalton Transactions and RSC Advances, sponsored poster prizes at the conference. Congratulations to Anh Tuan Pham (University of Geneva, Switzerland) who received the Chemical Science poster prize, Sara R. G. Fernandes (University of Lisbon, Portugal) who received the Dalton Transactions poster prize, and Errui Li (Zhejiang University, China) who received the RSC Advances poster prize. There was a fantastic array of posters on display at the meeting, and we would like to extend a huge congratulations to all those who presented.

       

 

 

 

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International Conference on Energy Materials and Interfaces

Last month the North East Centre for Energy Materials (NECEM) held the International Conference on Energy Materials and Interfaces in Newcastle, UK, which was sponsored by Chemical Science. The conference covered topics including flexible photovoltaics, thermoelectric devices, computational simulations of interfaces in energy capture devices, applications of 2D materials in energy capture and storage, tailored interfaces in turbines and new conc‌epts in electrical and electrochemical energy storage.

Chemical Science sponsored a poster prize, which was awarded to Stephen Campbell from Northumbria University. RSC journals Energy & Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy & Fuels also awarded poster prizes to David Alejandro Palacios Gomez from Durham Unviersity and Wei-Hsiang Lin from National Tsing Hua University.

Energy & Environmental Science poster prize winner David Alejandro Palacios Gomez, from Durham University

Sustainable Energy & Fuels poster prize winner Wei-Hsiang Lin from National Tsing Hua University

Congratulations to the prize winners from everyone at Chemical Science!

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26th International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry

The 26th International Symposium on Synthesis in Organic Chemistry was held in Cambridge last month, showcasing exciting work in this core area of organic chemistry – synthesis. Chemical Science, alongside Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, was proud to sponsor the event, which included talks covering a variety of aspects of modern synthesis and provided a forum for emerging methodologies and strategies.

The symposium featured talks from researchers working at the cutting-edge of synthesis in organic chemistry, including Chemical Science Associate Editor Vy Dong, Frances Arnold, Shankar Balasubramanian, Tanja Gulder, Robert Knowles, Daniele Leonori, David Nicewicz, Robert Phipps, Tobias Ritter, Tomislav Rovis, Franziska Schoenebeck, Hiroaki Suga, Edward Tate, F Dean Toste, Matthew Tudge, and William Unsworth.

Chemical Science’s Executive Editor, May Copsey, was proud to present the Poster Prizes for the meeting, sponsored by Chemical Science and Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry. Congratulations to Roman Abrams (University of Bristol) and Claire Flitcroft (The University of Sydney) for winning the judge’s choice poster prizes, and to Tobias Wagener (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) and Thomas Brouder (University College Cork) for winning the participant’s vote prizes. There was a fantastic array of posters – congratulations to all those who displayed work.

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Microscale Motion and Light

Chemical Science recently sponsored the successful Microscale Motion and Light conference which took place last month in Dresden, Germany. The event ran from the 22nd – 26th July and focussed on the below topics including discussion by invited speakers of the exciting new opportunities for smart materials and applications.:

Professor Tom Mallouk hands Linlin Wang her award for best poster (first prize)

  • Micromotion
  • Photochemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Active matter
  • Non-equilibrium-systems
  • Colloids
  • Water splitting
  • Electrochemistry
  • Light-responsive materials
  • Colloidal assembly

Chemical Science provided two best poster prizes which were handed out by the conference co-organiser, Professor Tom Mallouk (Penn State University, USA).

The prize winners were Linlin Wang who was awarded first prize and Tao Huang who received the second prize for best poster.

Professor Tom Mallouk (left) hands Tao Huang (right) his award for best poster (second prize)

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