Chemistry in Action: Manchester

The Training Partnership

Chemistry In Action: inspirational, educational and fun

Join us for an incredible day of chemistry, taking students from their studies to cutting-edge research and future applications in great style! Five sessions from leading chemists in academia and industry will inspire the scientists of the future. 

Speakers:

Kit Chapman, Comment Editor, Chemistry World - 'How to discover a new element'

David K Smith, University of York - 'From Breaking Bad to making good'

Jamie Gallagher, University of Glasgow - 'Plastic fantastic?'

Andrea Stella, UCL (talk details to follow)

1 speaker to be announced!

 

Please note that many schools book in the spring or summer term and amend in September. Consequently, many days fill quickly. No deposit is required at the time of booking.

 

Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2018

Expected outcomes

Students will be inspired and motivated

They will have a better understanding of key topics

They will be encouraged to pursue their studies to a higher level

They will have a better understanding of where those studies might lead

They will be better equipped to achieve the best possible exam results

To book this activity, please contact:
Anne Powell
office@thetrainingpartnership.org.uk
http://www.thetrainingpartnership.org.uk/study-day/chemistry-in-action-29-11-2018/

University of Salford
The Crescent
M5 4WT Salford
England

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