As part of the European Crystallographic Association meeting ECM-30 in Basel there will be a Young Crystallographers Satellite Meeting taking place. This will be on Sunday the 28th of August, the day before the main meeting and you are all invited to attend. Abstract submission open till the 30th of June!
For more information on registration and abstracts please visit the European Young Crystallographers website. See you in Basel!
On the 15th of June the BCA Industrial Group will hold a joint meeting with the RSC for XRF, X-Ray Florescence, at the University of Leicester. This should be a fun and useful meeting for anyone interested in the technique. Registration closes on the 9th of June and they are offering a limited number of free places for students.
More information can be found on the XRF – Industrial Group website or by contacting the IG representative Alex Cousen (University of Bath).
On the 9th of May, the BCA IG group will hold is biannual committee meeting in London to discuss industrial contributions to the BCA Spring meeting 2017 in Lancaster, as well as for the BCA IG group meeting in Autumn. The session will focus on arranging industrial speakers for both events, deciding which industrial sectors to approach, as well as other ways the IG group can contribute to BCA activities, i.e. public engagement, as a whole.
Alex Cousen (University of Bath) will be representing the YCG and if you have any ideas about particular industrial topics you would like to see or other issues you would like to raise, please email him : firstname.lastname@example.org
The third European Crystallography School (ECS3) will take place from Sept 25th- Oct 2nd 2016 in Croatia. Early bird registrations closes on the 15th of May. Further details can be found in the attached flyer and at the ECS website or on their active Facebook page.
There are two vacancies available for solid form scientists at Johnson Matthey in Cambridge – a good opportunity for crystallographers and crystallisation scientists. The closing date is 3rd March 2016. Any enquiries should be directed to Kate Wittering.
The YCG is pleased to announce that this year’s Parkin prize lecture will be delivered by Jonathan Brooks-Bartlett (University of Oxford).
Jonny’s research and very extensive involvement with outreach in the crystallographic community makes him a worthy recipient of the prize. He will deliver his lecture on the 4th April at the YCG satellite meeting, directly before the BCA Spring Meeting 2016.
It’s not too late to contribute to our discussion session “Would You Publish This?” at the BCA Spring Meeting in Nottingham. You only need 1-3 slides and you can submit up to 2 weeks before the meeting depending availability. Simply send an email to the chairs Pascal Parois or Jorge Sotelo.
To recognise the outstanding achievements of the late Dr Andrew Parkin in his roles as scientist and teacher, the YCG holds the annual Parkin Lecture at the YCG satellite meeting. The YCG satellite directly precedes the BCA Spring Meeting, which this year takes place at the University of Nottingham from 4 – 7 April 2016.
The prize lecture is awarded to a Young Crystallographer who has been recognised for outstanding contributions to promoting science, raising public awareness of science, teaching crystallography/science or showing originality in outreach and teaching activities.
Friday 29th January is the deadline for nominations by peers and/or supervisors. If you know someone deserving of this award, please nominate them! Full details can be found here.
Monday 4 April, 2016 – Young Crystallographers’ Satellite Meeting Tuesday 5 – Thursday 7 April, 2016 – Main Spring Meeting Venue: University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK This is a reminder that Registration and Abstract Submission are now open for next year’s BCA Spring Meeting. The main meeting is taking place at the University of Nottingham,… Read More »
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