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Mon 5 Jun, '23
Global to Local Environmental Exploration with Data Science and AI Innovations
Radcliffe Conference Centre (Space 1), University of Warwick

World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated annually on 5th June and encourages awareness and action for the protection of the environment.

We invite you to join us in exploring environmental Data Science and AI research and its applications of the present and future. Unpacking the environmental issues that affect us all, the day will feature research into sustainability and the environment.

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Wed 7 Jun, '23
Teaching an old dog new tricks – early transition metal PCP and POCOP complexes

Dr F. Mark Chadwick join us from the Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London to deliver this guest seminar. Everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be served outside PLT before the talk.

Wed 7 Jun, '23
Coarse-grained modelling for materials design

On Wednesday 7th June at 3pm in R1.03, we will have an invited computational chemistry seminar by Dr. Emma Wolpert (Jelfs Group, Imperial College London) titled 'Coarse-grained modelling for materials design'. The seminar will be followed by drinks and snacks in G block. Everyone is welcome to come along.

Wed 14 Jun, '23
Sustainable Methodologies for Synthesis

Dr Louis C. Morrill joins us from the Department of Chemistry, Cardiff University to deliver this guest seminar. This talk will cover recent research into the development of sustainable synthetic methodologies, including organic electrochemistry, main group catalysis, and 1st-row transition metal catalysis.

Everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be available outside PLT before the talk.

Fri 16 Jun, '23
Transition Metal Catalyst Design and Application in the Synthesis of Cyclic Polymers

Prof Adam Veige, joins us from the University of Florida to deliver his guest lecture for YRM2023 (

Tue 20 Jun, '23
Science Facilities Roadshows
IBRB, Gibbet Hill

Science Facilities Roadshows


Gibbet Hill – 27th April and Main Campus 20th June


Looking to learn more about the cutting-edge scientific facilities at the University of Warwick? The Science Facilities Roadshow is a unique opportunity to discover how the facilities at the University of Warwick can help enable your research and foster new collaborations.


These events offers staff and students the chance to engage with facility managers and technical specialists across a wide range of facilities from Gibbet Hill to the Main Campus. You'll have the opportunity to attend 8 short facility talks, followed by networking over coffee and cake in the atrium afterwards.


The first Roadshow is in the IBRB, Gibbet Hill on 27th April 2-4 pm, with a second being held on the main campus on 20th June. Please visit our website for more information, and to register:

Wed 21 Jun, '23
RSC 2022 Theophilus Redwood Award (Analytical Division) winner's lecture
PLT, Science Concourse

Prof. Cooper joins us to deliver her RSC 2022 Theophilus Redwood Award (Analytical Division) lecture.

This is a departmental lecture for all students and staff. Please come along. Refreshments will be provided.

Fri 23 Jun, '23
21st Century Frontiers in Chemical Biology Symposium
MS.02 Zeeman Building

This symposium will feature 12 lectures from past Challis group members from around the world and across industry and academia (see programme PDFLink opens in a new window). As the talks promise to be of interest to a broad audience, the invitation is open to anyone in the Chemistry department. This event (including lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments) is free to attend, but you must REGISTER HERELink opens in a new window by Friday 9th June 2023 to let us know you are planning to join us.

If you would like to only join us for 1 or 2 talks/sessions or to come along in a break to catch up with old colleagues/students that is also fine, just sign up using the link and write 'no food required' when asked about dietary requirements so we have a rough idea of numbers.