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Stoddart Prize 2014

Dr Anne Thielbeer (n??e Hansen) is the winner of the 2014 Stoddart Prize. Anne did her PhD in the Bradley group and is now working in industrial R&D in Austria, on development of inkjet inks for food packaging/medical applications/3D printing.

Stoddart Prize winners are expected not only to have demonstrated superior research accomplishments throughout their time at Edinburgh but they should also have contributed to the life of students within the School of Chemistry and beyond.

Joseph Black Conference 2015

The inaugural Joseph Black Conference: Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh was held on Wednesday 27th May at the Appleton Tower. Attended by over 230 delegates, the event allowed all 2nd and 3rd year members of the Graduate School the opportunity to present their work to their peers, academic staff and industrial partners.

It was also a great way to share ideas, and to come together as a graduate school to celebrate the breadth and quality of research carried out in the school.

I'm a Scientist Get Me Out of Here

Dr Martin Ward recently took part in the "I'm a Scientist Get Me Out of Here" program. He tells us about the experience below:

???I???m a scientist, get me out of here??? is a free online event where school students get to meet and interact with scientists.  Groups of 5 scientists are asked to join in live web text chat sessions where primary school kids are on the other side of the keyboard and they can ask us anything that comes in to their head! 

ChemSoc Burns Supper 2015

The Annual Chemsoc Burns supper was held this year in the ballroom at The Roxburghe Hotel. Staff and students alike donned their formal kilts to celebrate the life and poems of Robert Burns. The evening started with the piping into the room of the ceremonial haggis to which Lewis Fenton gave a spirited reading of the classic poem "To a Haggis".

1st Place for Poster

Congratulations to Wei Bao who won the 1st Poster Prize yesterday at the 43rd Scottish Regional Meeting of the RSC Organic Division in Glasgow with her poster entitled "Unprecedented Alkali Metal Amide-Catalysed Formal C-H Bond Activation for Selective C-C Bond Formations"

This study had also been selected among the finalists of the RSC Organic Division Poster-Competition in London in December 2014.

Well done Wei!