External Events

External catalysis events and opportunities for your diary below.

Please check event websites for latest updates and information as the COVID-19 situation is constantly changing and many events may be postponed or cancelled.

Celebrating Women in Chemistry

When: 8 March 2021 Celebrating Women in Chemistry 2021 Рbringing together inspiring female role models from academia, industry and digital communications. We are excited to bring you the 3rd Celebrating Women in Chemistry conference bringing together both delegates and inspiring role models from within the chemistry community on a virtual platform.…

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International Conference on Resource Chemistry

When: 8 ‚Äď 9 March 2021 The aim of the event is to discuss current developments in resource chemistry. In times of increasing pressure on industry and politics with respect to environmental protection and climate change, material sciences and chemistry have to join forces to provide answers to some of the world‚Äės‚Ķ

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CONEXS Conference 2021

When: 17 – 19 March 2021Where: Online The CONEXS Conference 2021 will be a virtual event hosted by Diamond Light Source. The Conference will have presentations from leading national and international experts on emerging trends in X-Ray spectroscopy and the intersection of experiment and theory.¬† Visit¬†https://research.ncl.ac.uk/conexs/conference/¬†for more information. ¬†Abstract submission deadline¬†–¬†Friday‚Ķ

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Faraday joint interest group conference 2021

When: 29 – 31 March 2021Where: Online This Faraday Division joint interest group conference is the second in the series, the first in 2017 being a big success, it is set to be a highlight for the physical chemistry community in 2020 – and you can be a part of it. The first meeting of this conference‚Ķ

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CAMECA Virtual Seminar РAtomic Probe Tomography and Catalytic Application

When: TBDWhere: Virtual BlueScientific would like to invite you to the latest CAMECA online seminar, with following Q&A session.¬†The topic is Atom Probe Tomography for Catalytic Applications, and will be presented by CAMECA APT Product Manager Robert Ulfig (detailed information below).¬†This event was successfully held for the Italian catalysis community (28 attendees),‚Ķ

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