Highly successful academic-industrial collaboration has resulted in the development of heat batteries that reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and the levels of fuel poverty in social housing. Chaired by Dr Siobhán Jordan from Interface, Prof. Colin Pulham, Head of the School of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh and Andrew Bissell, CEO of Sunamp, will present their work.
- Free family-friendly drop-in activities 10am to 4.30pm
As part of a University of Edinburgh family drop-in event, our chemists can be found at the National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh from the 11th to 15th April in the learning centre talking about computer-powered chemistry!
Discover what games and computers have to do with chemistry!
Opening Symposium Programme
Time: 14.05 – 14.20
Speaker: Prof Dušan Uhrín
Affiliation: University of Edinburgh
Talk Title: Introduction to the Scottish High-Field NMR (SHF NMR) Centre
Time: 14.20 – 14.40
Speaker: Mr Scott Jarmusch
Affiliation: University of Aberdeen
Talk Title: Class II lasso peptides from extremotolerant Streptomyces sp.
Return of Operation Isolate to the School of Chemistry. A Halloween horror event designed to challenge and terrify!
Can you survive the maze?
As part of the city-wide Doors Open Day weekend we will be opening the doors of Joseph Black and welcoming you in to the School of Chemistry. There will be tours all day, leaving on the hour and lots of hands on activities to learn about the chemistry that happens in our building. We will of course also be making our legendary ice cream freshly made in front of your eyes with liquid nitrogen!