Parkin Lecture nominations – deadline Friday 30th January

york-logoTo recognise the the outstanding achievements of the late Dr Andrew Parkin in his roles as scientist and teacher, the YCG holds an annual prize lecture at the BCA Spring Meeting. The 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 30th January is the deadline for nominations by peers and/or supervisors. If you know someo
ne deserving of this award, please nominate them! Full details can be found here.

New bursaries for BCA Spring Meeeting 2015

Just in time for Christmas, the YCG has four bursaries available for Early Career Researchers who want to attend the YCG satellite and the BCA Spring Meeting in York 2015! We invite you to apply now. For full details, please see our bursaries page. The bursaries are generously sponsored by the EPSRC Directed Assembly Grand Challenge Network.… Read More »

BCA Spring Meeting – registration now open

WE, the BCA 2015 Programme and Organising Committee invite you to the University of York in the springtime of 2015 for a diverse and exciting meeting featuring talks, posters, workshops and a commercial exhibition. You are invited to submit an abstract for a talk in any of the sixteen topical micro-symposia. In addition we offer… Read More »

FREE Early-Career Researcher Workshop in Siberia

The fourth workshop under the British Council’s Researcher Links programme, supported by The Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), will be held in the Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS and Novosibirsk State University. It’s a great opportunity for early-career researchers to visit Novosibirsk – and is completely free! “The workshop entitled “Molecular materials: from… Read More »


Do you want more exposure for your research papers? The YCG website now has a Publications section! Members of the YCG group can share their outstanding results with the community. The paper must be authored (or co-authored) by you and published in the current year. Any member can propose a paper published this year where he/she is one… Read More »