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Pint of Science: Medicines of the Future

Learn about 'Engineering the Medicines of the Future'. Join Alex Baker, Lona Alkalaf and Scott Habershon for a Pint of Science at the Royal Pug, Leamington Spa, 18.30, Monday 9 May.

Wed 04 May 2022, 12:16 | Tags: news events people MeasMod Research news

Chemicals, cocktails and creativity, from molecules to masterpieces

Down a Pint of Science as Chemistry's Alex Baker and co-stars discuss nature's salubrious substances. See what you missed.

Tue 18 May 2021, 20:58 | Tags: news, events, Community

International Women's Day 2021 - 8th March

Today we are choosing to seek out and celebrate women's achievements at Warwick Chemistry.

Sat 06 Mar 2021, 14:07 | Tags: news career events people Women in Chemistry

BonLab takes the International Polymer Colloids Group online in exciting global weekly science webinar series

The International Polymer Colloid Group (IPCG) was founded in 1972 as a global forum for the exchange of ideas and emerging research activities for scientists and engineers from both academia and industry who study or use polymer colloids.

It is a vibrant scientific international community who normally meet face-to-face every two years to discuss the latest global developments related to polymer colloid science (2013 Shanghai, 2015 New Hampshire, 2017 the Basque Country, 2019 Singapore).

As a result of the global COVID19 pandemic, prof. dr. ir. Stefan Bon came up with the idea to take the IPCG forum online with a series of weekly scientific webinars, called the i-PCG 2020 Webinars. Anyone who is interested in science can participate as audience member, or even better, as presenter. Expect to interact with the world top in polymer colloid, with expert participants from industry, academia and enthusiasts. All is free.

Fri 03 Apr 2020, 13:58 | Tags: news PolymerChem events people MatPolymers Research news

Award for Dave Haddleton

On Sunday, Dave Haddleton was presented with an award for “recognition of outstanding service and contribution to the Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing” at the RSC Editors Symposium banquet at the Guildhall in London. The award was given for service on the Board of “Chem Comm”, and for being Editor in Chief – and launching – “Polymer Chemistry”.

Wed 02 Mar 2016, 16:44 | Tags: news prize PolymerChem events people

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