Last Thursday the School Internationalization Group has held the International Evening featuring Scottish cultures in our social space.
Congratulations to Giulia Novelli, a 1st year PhD student in the Parsons group, who has been awarded a poster prize in the IUCr Journals Applied Crystallography category at the European Crystallographic Meeting in Oviedo last week for her poster "Carbon Molecules in Space: a Thermal Equation of State Study of Solid Hexamethylenetetramine."
Congratulations to Rebecca Nicolson, Daniel De Rosa, Connor Halliday, and Martin Stanford, who have achieved Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
Good luck to School of Chemsitry student Tianyue Li who will take part in today's 3 Minute Thesis Science and Engineering Heat. Her presentation is titled "A Song of Light and Electricity".
Jamie won for his talk entitled "Polyoxo Actinide Chemistry". The research is funded by the National Nuclear Laboratory as part of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority's PhD bursary scheme and Jamie would like to thank them for their involvement.
Well done Jamie!
Congratulations to Alex Elmi from Dr Scott Cockroft's group on winning the Nature Chemistry poster prize at the RSC Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry (MASC) Early Career Researchers' meeting.
The meeting was held today at the University of Southampton. Alex's poster presentation was on solvent effects in aromatic stacking interactions.