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                 Tuesday, 19 June, Diamond, Harwell, Oxfordshire

Diamond Light Source: Clever Characterisation for Smarter Formulation is the 4th meeting in a series of events enabling formulation scientists across the UK to share and discuss modern characterisation techniques and is jointly organised by the Diamond Light Source and the RSC’s Formulation Science and Technology Group.

The event provides the perfect platform to better understand the physical and chemical behaviours of formulations and to explore smart solutions for accelerating processes and controlling performance.

The event will cover a range of advanced material characterisation and synchrotron applications.

You will hear from experts at Diamond as well as a number of industry and academic representatives.

Delegates will also have the opportunity to take part in a tour of the world class Diamond facility where you will see the wide range of tools and techniques used to advance formulation research and development.                

Organisers:

diamond   The Formulation Science and Technology Group   Royal Society of Chemistry


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Ecoform 2013 is a technical conference aimed to promote the exchange of information and experience among scientists and other professionals working in the field of green chemistry and formulation.

Programme will include a number of talks from invited experts from industry and academia and a selection from submitted abstracts. The speaker list includes;

Supercritical Water - Jawwad Darr (King’s College London)

Microwave processing – Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy (University of Reading)

Green chemistry - Peter Dunn (Pfizer)

Supercritical CO2 – Vivek Trivedi (University of Greenwich)

Ultrasonics – Timothy Mason (Coventry University)

Radiation Technology – Janusz M. Rosiak (Technical University of Łódź)

 

Important dates

Abstract submission: 01 March 2013

Early bird deadline: 01 May 2013

 

An event organised by the Formulation Science and Technology Group (FSTG) of RSC and the University of Greenwich in association with RSC Sonochemistry and Industrial Physical Chemistry group

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