Category Archive: Events

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Catalytic Sustainability in the Future

February 2015, University of Manchester
Catalysis is central to achieving the aims of Dial-a-Molecule, but the precious metals used in many catalytic cycles won’t last forever. This meeting discussed the challenges and opportunities involved with developing the catalysts of tomorrow.

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Experimental Design: An Essential Skill for Chemists II

December 2014, Royal Society of Chemistry, London
An event aimed at promoting the education and deployment of Statistical Methods and Principle Component Analysis in Academia. Hear about progress since the May meeting, evaluate options for funding and implementation of a Statistical methods programme for chemists and refine plans for the next steps

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Computational Prediction of Reaction Outcomes and Optimum Synthetic Routes

September 2014, Leeds
We are now living and working in an information age – but is synthetic chemistry taking full advantage of the large amounts of experimental data routinely available and the computing power available to enrich and manipulate it?

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Dial-a-Molecule Annual Meeting

The Dial-a-Molecule Annual Meeting was held on 9th & 10th July at the University of Birmingham, check back soon for a report on the highlights of the meeting.

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Experimental Design – An Essential Skill for Chemists

May 2014, Royal Society of Chemistry, London
The first in a series of events aimed at promoting the education and deployment of statistical methods in chemistry research

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Chemical Sciences in the 21st Century – The Role of 3D Printing

April 2014, CMAC Nottingham
An opportunity to learn about 3D printing technologies and applications both from a chemistry and engineering perspective, and discuss issues and limitations in the area

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Liberating Laboratory Data

January 2014, AstraZeneca
A meeting to establish the current state of the art in facilitating the automated capture and use of laboratory data and discuss a open data description for ELNs.

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X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy: New Insights at the Interface Between Homogeneous, Heterogeneous and Hybrid Catalysis

September 2013, STFC RAL
Sponsored by Dial-a-Molecule and the UK Catalysis Hub, this two-day symposium will discuss the application of X-ray methods to accelerating synthetic research in the remit of the Dial-a-Molecule Grand Challenge goals.

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RSC Emerging Technologies Competition

The Final of the 2013 RSC Emerging Technologies Competition will take place on 5th June 2013 at the Chemistry Centre, Piccadilly, London. The finalists will pitch to a judging panel and the winners will be announced during the award ceremony.

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Next Generation Reaction Platforms: Technology Showcase

April 2013, Brunel University London
A showcase of the latest technology. Take part in the sandpit afternoon session – CMAC and Dial-a-Molecule are making available PROOF OF CONCEPT FUNDING to invite proposals addressing five NGRP CHALLENGES.

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