Chemistry Journal Club 29th November 1-2 pm H400/1

Dear all,

The Chemistry Journal Club will be meeting on the 29th November, where Dr Ian Gass (Senior Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry) will give a presentation entitled Functional Magnetic Materials: A Radical Approach”.

We will be meeting at 1-2 pm in H400/1 everybody is welcome to attend.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle

 

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International scholarships available in Tokyo

I have received some information about some scholarship programs running in the School of Science at the University of Tokyo. If you have an interest in studying in Japan then one of these might be of interest to you. They have summer and year long schemes and one for graduates. Please see full details on our Job Opportunities page

 

Chemistry Journal Club 22nd November 1-2pm H400/1

Dear All,

The Chemistry Journal Club will be meeting tomorrow where I will present a seminar entitled “Hyperbranched Polymers – Still Branching Out

We will be meeting at 1-2 pm in Huxley Building H400/1. All welcome.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle

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Open Day

img_0191We’re here and ready to welcome potential applicants and show them what we do here at chemistry@brighton.

Here is one of our student ambassdors to tell you what it’s like to be a chemistry student at Brighton.

“There is a really inclusive feel to Chemistry at Brighton, which made me feel instantly welcomed. All the staff offer guidance whether that’s in academics or general advice. There are plenty oppurtunities from developing practical skills in high-spec laboratories to completing a placement in industry. The overall experience has given me a great foundation for my future.”

Charlotte Sarmouk (Final Year)

Chemistry Journal Club 15th November 1-2pm H400/1

Dear all,

The Chemistry Journal Club will be meeting next week on Tuesday 15th November 1-2 pm, where Dr Nathan Brown (The Institute of Cancer Research, London) will deliver a seminar on his research entitled In Silico Medicinal Chemistry: Computational Methods to Support Drug Design”.

We will be meeting in Huxley H400/1.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle

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Pimp your lab coat!

Radleys, a UK leader in scientific glassware and chemistry equipment has a competition you might be interested in, giving you the opportunity to win your design custom printed onto a lab coat.

Fed up with the same old plain, boring lab coat? Well, as part of Radleys 50th anniversary celebrations, we want to see your lab coat designs!

We’re looking for unique and creative designs and our favourite ones will win a personalised lab coat, or set of team lab coats, specially customised with their name, or team name.

For more details see their competition page

It’s Christmas! Well, it nearly is

uni_xmas_barn_dance16Tickets are now available for our Christmas party, an evening where the chemistry and biosenciences staff and students get together to enjoy an evening of music, dance and good company. Spaces are limited and there are a lot of students this year so get your ticket early, only a few weeks to go! You can get hold of a ticket from Matt in the school office. This is a family friendly event so if you have kids you can bring them along as well.

Wear your best christmas jumper

Chemistry Journal Club 8th November H400/1 1-2pm

Dear all,

This weeks Chemistry Journal Club will be on Tuesday 8th November where we have Professor Mark C Bagley (University of Sussex) discussing his research in a presentation entitled “Making Heterocyclic Drugs: New Technology, New Solutions, Old Problems

We will be meeting in H400/1 from 1-2 pm. All Welcome.

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle

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