Young Chemists 2017 (YC17)
Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London, RCS 1 Bldg, LT C
28nd April 2017

This is the 15th annual meeting in the YC series and features research lectures from recently appointed young chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years, and a keynote lecture from a senior scientist.

Emerging Analytical Professionals 2016
Solent Hotel & Spa, Fareham
13th - 15th May 2016

This years theme is Analytical Alchemy, Tablets, Toxins and Tonics Detecting the good, the bad and the ugly.

EAP is an all inclusive weekend conference aimed at early career scientists and researchers both in industry and academia. There will be an emphasis on networking opportunities and continuing professional development activities as well as back-to-basics technique workshops as well as general interest analytical presentations and talks.

We will facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience between a diverse group of analytical scientists. Topics will include (but are not limited to) Environmental, Forensic and Clinical Science.

Young Chemists 2016 (YC16)
Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London, RCS 1 Bldg, LT C
22nd April 2016

This is the 14th annual meeting in the YC series and features research lectures from recently appointed young chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years, and a keynote lecture from a senior scientist.

Young Chemists 2015 (YC2015)
Lecture Theatre C, RCS1 Building (No. 36 on the map), Imperial College London
24th April 2015

This is the 13th annual meeting in the YC series and features research lectures from recently appointed young synthetic (organic) chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years, and a keynote lecture from a senior scientist.

This conference is FREE to all to attend.

Young Chemists 2014 (YC2014)
Lecture Theatre C, RCS1 Building (No. 36 on the map), Imperial College London
4th April 2014

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting their 12th annual one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years.

This conference is FREE to all to attend.


Emerging Analytical Professionals 2014
Penrith Thorpe Park Hotel and Spa
4th - 6th April 2014

EAP is an all inclusive weekend conference aimed at early career scientists and researchers both in industry and academia. There will be an emphasis on networking opportunities and continuing professional development activities as well as back-to-basics technique workshops as well as general interest analytical presentations and talks.

A World Goal: Celebrating Analytical Acheivements

Showcasing Analytical Science, Tackling World Issues, covering a range of disciplines: Environmental Science, Standards and Methodologies, Pharmacuticals, Forensic Science, Safety and Security and Sports Science.

Bursaries available - contact, Charlie Davis at charlie.s.davis@googlemail.com for contact email, Abstract submission deadlines;

Oral deadline - 31st January
Poster deadline - 28th February

Standard fee £290
Day rate £180
Attending partners £110

European Conference on Molecular Electronics 2013
Imperial College, London
3rd - 7th Sepetember 2013

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 12th European Conference on Molecular Electronics, held in London on 3 – 7 September 2013.

Emerging Analytical Professionals 2013
Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa, Leeds
17th - 19th May 2013

A Euro Vision: Analytical Science In Tune

Harmonisation across Europe in a range of analytical disciplines: Environmental Science, Standards and Methodologies, Pharmaceuticals; Forensic Science, Safety and Security.

EAP is an all inclusive weekend conference aimed at early career scientists and researchers both in industry and academia. There will be an emphasis on networking opportunities and continuing professional development activities as well as back-to-basics technique workshops as well as general interest analytical presentations and talks.

Bursaries available - contact the EAP conference chair for details, Tom Hardy Tom.Hardy12@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

Deadlines for abstract submission: Oral presentations - February 22nd 2013, Posters - March 31st 2013.

Young Chemists 2013
Imperial College, London
26th April 2013

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting their 11th annual one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years.

6th European Organosilicon Days Conference
Lyon, France
5th - 7th September 2012

The scientific programme will cover a wide selection of topics in synthetic, mechanistic, theoretical and industrially relevant silicon chemistry such as: silicon-based polymers and materials, including silicones, silsesquioxanes, hybrids, nanochemistry, composites, catalysis and sustainable development

There will be oral and poster presentations. You will be invited to submit abstracts for consideration. More details including Plenary Lecturers and how to submit abstracts will be given in the Second Circular which will be available in January 2012. The conference language will be English.

EAP 2012 – Going for Gold
Overcoming hurdles in Analytical Science
The Cottons Hotel and Spa, Knutsford, Manchester
25th - 27th May 2012

A unique all inclusive weekend conference that is your chance to network, improve your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen field: CPD sessions, Back-to-basics technique workshops and general interest analytical presentations. Topics include: Quality in Analysis, Sports Science, Pharmaceuticals, Nutrition, Metallurgy, Security and Forensics

Young Chemists
Imperial College London
30th March 2012

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting their 10th annual one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years.

PASG - Spring Meeting. Pharmaceutical Analysis
The Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering
9th - 10th May 2011

Pharmaceutical Analysis - Lab of the Future

What does 'Lab of the Future' mean to you? Many of us have ideas of the technology, innovation and collaborative culture that will shape the future of pharmaceutical analysis.

Pharmaceutical Analysis - Lab of the Future promises to be a highly topical conference with focus on a number of themes including Quality by Design, Remote Analysis, Implementing Efficiency Tools and Lean & Continuous Improvement. Presentations and posters will convey current experience and future prospects for these approaches in achieving work process efficiency and enhanced output. There will be plenty of opportunity to interact with the speakers both in the Q&As at the end of each talk, and informally during the two days of the conference. The conference promises to be a highly enjoyable and interactive survey of the state of current and potential future practice, with plenty of opportunity for networking with your peers.

EAP2011
The Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering
6th - 8th May 2011

Analytical Sciences - Divide and Conquer

A unique conference providing excellent networking and CPD opportunities for early analytical career professionals.

Young Chemists
Imperial College London
Friday, 1st April 2011

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting their 9th annual one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years.

Lectures will cover a wide range of organic chemistry ranging from new methodologies to make and/or selectively break bonds, catalysis by new modes of activation, to chemical ligation and RNA splicing.

Chemical Biology Centre & RASOR - New Tools and Technologies for Drug Discovery and Quantitative Biology
Main Entrance
Exhibition Road
Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College, London
30th June 2010

Featuring presentations, stands and posters highlighting recent developments from the CBC (www.chemicalbiology.ac.uk) and from RASOR (www.gla.ac.uk/rasor/).

Concluding with a Dragons’ Den competition in which PhD students will showcase the commercial potential of their work to a panel of guest experts, including Prof. David Delpy, Chief Executive of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Prof. Sir Les Borysiewicz, Chief Executive of Medical Research Council (MRC), Prof. Douglas Kell, Executive of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), and Charles de Rohan, CEO of Genetix Limited.

PASG - Spring Meeting. Pharmaceutical Analysis - Future Challenges and Opportunities
Hilton Milton Keynes
10th - 11th May 2010

The theme of the conference is Future Challenges and Opportunities in the field of Pharmaceutical Analysis, and promises to be a highly topical and focussed meeting with presentations driven by current practitioners in the field. In particular, the conference will focus on the themes of Quality by Design, Lean practice, Dissolution and Novel Technology. There will be plenty of opportunity to interact with the speakers both in the round table discussions at the end of each session, and informally during the two days of the conference. The conference promises to be a highly enjoyable and interactive survey of the state of current and potential future practice, with plenty of opportunity for networking with your peers.

EAP2010 - 'Covering all Elements'
The Aztec Hotel and Spa, Bristol
7th - 9th May 2010

"It's elementary, my dear Watson!" A comprehensive conference, filled with speakers, seminars and technique workshops to enhance your fundamental Continuing Professional Development. Your chance to "Cover all Elements" and network with other Emerging Analytical Professionals, improve your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen analytical field.

 

Young Chemists
Imperial College London, Read Lecture Theatre and Tower Rooms
Friday, 23rd April 2010

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting their 8th annual one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years.

5th European Organosilicon Days Conference
VIENNA, AUSTRIA
20-22 SEPTEMBER 2009

We are pleased to announce that the 5th European Silicon Days will be held in Vienna, Austria between the 20th and 22nd of September 2009.

This follows the highly successful European Silicon Days conferences in Munich in 2001, in Würzburg in 2003 (jointly with the International Silicon Symposium) and in Bath in 2007.

Thermodynamics 2009
Imperial College London
September 23rd-25th 2009

As the science of energy and its effects on the material world, thermodynamics holds one of the keys to meeting the challenges that our modern society faces. Data and models that describe the thermodynamic behavior of materials are essential to the development of sustainable technologies and products.

PASG - Spring Meeting,
Huntingdon Marriott Hotel Cambridge
11th and 12th May 2009

PASG - Research and Innovation in Pharmaceutical Analysis

The theme of this meeting will be Research and Innovation in Pharmaceutical Analysis and latest developments in analytical science. The conference will aim to provide understanding of the EPRSC strategy for supporting innovation and science, novel developments from academia and from our colleagues in pharma research. You will also hear updates from the PASG sub-teams and about New Technologies including where we as an industry stand on their implementation. It promises to be a highly focussed, enjoyable survey of the state of the art, with plenty of time for informal discussion with your peers, and will incorporate a RSC booth on the Monday afternoon.
Please register early.
This symposium is aimed at scientists at all levels and management to help drive the future direction of research and innovation in our field.
At this time we are also inviting abstracts for poster presentations. The presentations can be on any aspect of new analytical science, technology or novel applications of current technology. Please e-mail abstracts to PASG@mmsconferencing.com.

EAP2009
The Carnegie Conference Centre, Edinburgh
8th - 10th May 2009

Your chance to network with other Emerging Analytical Professional, enhance your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen analytical field.

Young Chemists 2009
Imperial College London, Lecture Theatre 201, Skemp building
Friday, 3rd April 2009

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting their 7th annual one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years.

PASG - Autumn Meeting,
Huntingdon Marriott Hotel Cambridge
29 and 30 September 2008

PASG - Research and Innovation in Pharmaceutical Analysis

The theme of this meeting will be Research and Innovation in Pharmaceutical Analysis and latest developments in analytical science. The conference will aim to provide understanding of the EPRSC strategy for supporting innovation and science, novel developments from academia and from our colleagues in pharma research. You will also hear updates from the PASG sub-teams and about New Technologies including where we as an industry stand on their implementation. It promises to be a highly focussed, enjoyable survey of the state of the art, with plenty of time for informal discussion with your peers, and will incorporate a RSC booth on the Monday afternoon.
Please register early.
This symposium is aimed at scientists at all levels and management to help drive the future direction of research and innovation in our field.
At this time we are also inviting abstracts for poster presentations. The presentations can be on any aspect of new analytical science, technology or novel applications of current technology. Please e-mail abstracts to PASG@mmsconferencing.com by 18 September 2008 at the latest.

HTMC IV 2008
B501 Auditorium, Pfizer, Sandwich
May 6th 2008
The RSC High Throughput and New Technologies Annual Conference

High throughput techniques have revolutionised the drug discovery process and are widely used in medicinal chemistry to speed the development of new and higher quality drug candidates.

EAP2008
The Fairfield Manor, York
9th - 11th of May 2008

A den of intrigue full of speakers, seminars and technique workshops to stimulate your Continuing Professional Development and teach you a few new trade secrets.

Your chance to network with other Emerging Young Professionals, enhance your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen analytical field.

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Young Chemists 2008
Imperial College
28 March 2008

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting a one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years. The topics will range from novel synthetic methodology to polymerisations to sugars as biological probes.

PASG Meeting Autumn 2007
Whittlebury Hall, Northampton
October 8-9th

New Directions - Science and Technology. Topics Include: Rapid LC, Raman Spectroscop, Mass Spec on a Chip.

There will be an exhibition by Rapid LC and other new technology manufacturers as well as a Poster Session. This is a joint conference with the Biopharm Subgroup.

4th European Organosilicon Days Conference
University of Bath
September 2007

This conference is the integration of the silicon community in all fields of silicon based chemistry and technology. It should provide a forum to present recent achievement as well as future trends. The aim of the symposium is to intensify the dialogue between young scientists, academia and industries.

Barton Conference 2007
ANSE CHASTANET RESORT, St Lucia
27 May - 2 June 2007

Organic Chemistry: Perspectives on the 21st Century IV

We are happy to announce that, due to great interest, there will indeed be a 4th in the Barton Conference Series. These exclusive conferences bring together people who worked with Sir Derek Barton in his lifetime and wish to celebrate his life and achievements. Registration for this meeting is by invite only.

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EYP 2007 - Bond: Licensed and Skilled
Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre, Manchester
11-13 May 2007

A den of intrigue full of speakers, seminars and technique workshops to stimulate your Continuing Professional Development and teach you a few new trade secrets.

Your chance to network with other Emerging Young Professionals, enhance your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen analytical field.

HTMC 2007
SC1 auditorium, GlaxoSmithKline, Harlow
1 May 2007

High throughput techniques have revolutionised the drug discovery process and are widely used in medicinal chemistry to speed the development of new and higher quality drug candidates. The scientific programme of the "High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry III" meeting will include presentations on computational tools, purification of small organic molecules, ADME , fragment based design and case studies from GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca and Merck Sharpe and Dohme.

PASG - Spring Meeting
Scarman House, Warwick
16-17th April 2007

Quality is a fundamental building block of Pharmaceutical Analysis and current focus on Quality by Design highlights the importance of building quality into all aspects of the development and commercialisation process. The scientific programme of the PASG "Pharmaceutical Analysis Designed for Quality" meeting will cover diverse aspects of quality within Pharmaceutical Analysis and include presentations on dissolution, forced degradation studies, raman optical activity, the role of the USP, solid state NMR and the ICH guidance documents Q8, Q9 and Q10, as well as workshops and open discussion.

Young Chemists 2007
Imperial College
30 March 2007

MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting a one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years. The topics will range from molecular pharmaceutics to asymmetric catalysis to heterocycle formation.

EYP 2006
Staverton Park in Daventry, Midlands
12-14 May 2006

Poisons, Pills and Potions

A concoction of speakers, seminars and technique workshops to stimulate your Continuing Professional Development and teach you a few new tricks.

Your chance to network with other Emerging Young Professionals, enhance your subject knowledge and learn more about developments in your chosen analytical field.

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High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry II,
Institute of Physics, London
9 May 2006


High throughput techniques have revolutionised the drug discovery process and are widely used in medicinal chemistry to speed the development of new and higher quality drug candidates. The scientific programme of the "High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry" meeting will include presentations on computational tools, purification of small organic molecules, ADME , fragment based design and case studies from GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca and Merck Sharpe and Dohme.


Young Chemists 2006 (YC06),
Imperial College, Lecture Theatre 311, Huxley Building
Friday 31st March 2006


MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting a one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years. The topics will range from molecular pharmaceutics to asymmetric catalysis to heterocycle formation.


Nanotechnology in Construction,
The Centre for Nanomaterials Applications in Construction, (NANOC)LABEIN Bilbao, Spain
13th - 16th November 2005


The 1st International Symposium on Nanotechnology in Construction (2003) demonstrated that Nanotechnology has the answer to many of the needs of the construction sector, concerning materials, in relation to sustainability and competitiveness, and that its application within this sector is expected to translate into a massive technological and economic impact in the medium to long term.

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EYP 2005,
Wyboston Lakes Conference & Training Centre, Wyboston, Bedford
13-15 May 2005


If you can't take the sample to the lab, take the lab to the sample.
This theme is particularly timely, as while analytical scientists must acknowledge constantly evolving sampling and analytical measurement techniques, the question about where postsampling analysis is performed is becoming increasingly important. EYP 2005 will highlight appropriate strategies for different analytical problems where such decisions have been a focus.

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High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry,
Institute of Physics, London
10 May 2005


High throughput techniques have revolutionised the drug discovery process and are widely used in medicinal chemistry to speed the development of new and higher quality drug candidates. The scientific programme of the "High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry" meeting will include presentations on computational tools, purification of small organic molecules, ADME , fragment based design and case studies from GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca and Merck Sharpe and Dohme.

Young Chemists 2005 (YC05),
Imperial College London
1st April 2005.


MMS Conferencing & Events is hosting a one-day conference featuring presentations from young organic chemists that have started their independent academic careers within the last five years. The topics will range from molecular pharmaceutics to asymmetric catalysis to heterocycle formation.

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Chemical Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,
University of Nottingham
23 March 2005


This meeting will focus on the latest research into self-assembly for nanostructure fabrication in its broadest sense and the implication of this research for bottom-up and top-down nanomaterials synthesis.

This is particularly timely as the recent Royal Society report on nanotechnology has identified self-assembly as an area of key importance underpinning de elopments in the production of nanomaterials, nanowires, bionanotechnolgy, including biopolymers and lithographic techniques for the electronic/semiconductor sectors.

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New Horizons in Molecular Informatics,
Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge.
7 December 2004


This symposium addresses how we can best create, manipulate and integrate molecular data to deepen our understanding of molecules and their properties and to allow novel in-silico experimentation. In particular, speakers will discuss optimising the chances of discovery resulting from applications of informatics technologies.

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Creating Business Through Change Management,
Institute of Physics, London.
17 November 2004


Learn from experienced practioners in the field. The speakers in this symposium have experience in change in this area froma multitude of perspectives and we believe that bringing this team together provides a wealth of experience and knowledge to boost your personal and organisation’s future performance in organisational change.

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Bio-nanotechnology,
English Heritage Lecture Theatre
Savile Row, London.
11 November 2004


Nanotechnology offers many challenges to chemists; indeed their skills are critical in many potential new technologies. Nowhere is this more true than in the biological applications. The purpose of this meeting is to bring together leading UK scientists working on the biological applications of nanotechnology. Through it, it is hoped to begin forging a definable community with interests in the area, and to generate impetus for continued activities into the future.

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Non-covalent Interactions in Chemistry and Biology,
Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge.
15 - 17 September 2004


Non covalent interactions are essentially the basis of the order necessary for biological function and are vital for maintaining the folded structure of proteins, the double helix and for numerous recognition processes. This conference will consider, from various perspectives, questions pertaining to the nature of non covalent interactions. Specifically how non covalent interactions have been exploited by evolution for example in the sophistication of enzymes and the fine tuning of the interactions necessary for regulating macromolecular machines.

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Young Chemists 2004 (YC04),
Imperial College London.
9th July 2004


MMS Conferencing is pleased to announce its annual Young Chemists Symposium "YC04" which will be held at Imperial College London in July. This meeting will feature presentations from recently appointed young academics in the field of organic chemistry and will highlight a wide variety of novel organic chemistry.

High Throughput Materials Science,
Institute of Physics, London.
29th June 2004


High Throughput techniques are widely used in the pharmaceutical sector and have revolutionised the drug discovery process. Similar techniques are now being developed for the synthesis of functional materials - both soft and solid state materials. This technology has the potential to revolutionise materials chemistry and materials science.



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Creating Business through Trading Technology,
Institute of Physics, London.
28 April 2004


In this latest in the highly successful "Creating Business Through" series we will focus on developments in trading technology, such as the use of internet based technology acquisition engines. The meeting will also cover specialised companies and the latest generation of university spin outs. As always, we have assembled a number of experts in the field to help guide you through some of the opportunities available and advise you on where to focus your resources to ensure the technology out there can be made available to your company.

Chemistry Meets Technology
Olympia Conference Centre, LondonRSC HTCNT Annual Conference

December 2003
The evolution of high throughput chemistry has brought chemists working in close collaboration with mechanical and software engineers who provide an array of enabling technologies.



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Barton Conference 2003 - Heron Island

We are happy to announce that, due to great interest, there will indeed be a 3rd in the Barton Conference Series. We are currently making enquiries into Heron Island in the Great Barrier Reef.
Please feel free to contact MMS Conferencing & Events with any questions.


  
27 & 28 March - Young Chemists 2003 (YC03)

MMS Conferencing is pleased to announce its first annual "Young Chemists" Symposium "YC03" to be held in London in March 2003. This year the speakers are young organic chemists from various academic institutions in the UK.


Chemistry Meets Technology
SCI Headquarters, Belgrave SquareRSC HTCNT Inaugural Conference

December 2002
The evolution of high throughput chemistry has brought chemists working in close collaboration with mechanical and software engineers who provide an array of enabling technologies.

Imperial College

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Creating Business Through Knowledge Management - Manchester
9 May 2001
The RSC Management Group hosted a symposium that covered current hot topics in management. This symposium was for people who wanted to find out about recent developments in technology management, develop their management skills in key areas and meet and share experiences with leading practitioners in chemistry and other industry sectors.

Manchester Conference Centre
Barton Conference 1998 - Maldives
Perspectives on the 21st Century
24 - 28 February 1998
A conference in honour of Professor Sir Derek Barton's 80th Birthday

Kuredu Island Resort
Barton Conference 1993 - Virgin Islands
Perspectives on the 21st Century
9 - 13 June 1993
A conference in honour of Professor Sir Derek Barton's 75th Birthday

Rock's Resort's Caneel Bay
Chemistry Meets Technology
Imperial CollegeRSC HTCNT Inaugural Conference

17 Dec 2001
The evolution of high throughput chemistry has brought chemists working in close collaboration with mechanical and software engineers who provide an array of enabling technologies.

Imperial College
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