28 June 2019

SCI National Undergraduate Research Symposium

Organised by:

SCI's Young Chemists' Panel

London, UK

Registration opens 23/04/2019 23:00

Registration Closed

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This one-day event being held at Imperial College London invites Chemistry students to present their research project. Students undertaking research projects in chemistry (including but not limited to synthesis, methodology, catalysis, supramolecular chemistry, physical organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and chemical biology) are encouraged to apply. This event is in its seventh edition with 10 speakers each year presenting their topics to a wide audience. It is an excellent opportunity to meet your peers across the UK and discuss research with both academic and industrial representatives.
This event is aimed at Chemistry students in the final year of their undergraduate (MChem) studies at UK universities. The event is free to attend and travel costs will be refunded for all speakers who are successful in being selected.
11.00 Event start time
17.30 Networking reception

Venue and Contact

Imperial College London

Imperial College London

80 Wood Lane

Shepherd’s Bush


W12 0BZ

Conference Team

Tel: 020 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org

The event is free to attend.

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Additional Info

Call for papers

Please send an abstract of maximum one A4 page or 300 words indicating title and authors to james.lewis@imperial.ac.uk by Friday 24 May 2019 with the subject line “SCI National Undergraduate Research Symposium -  abstract submission” Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations.

Organising committee

  • Chris Brown, SCI/ Charles River Laboratories
  • James Lewis, SCI/ Imperial College
  • Kiri North, SCI/ Vertex