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The 2nd Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Symposium for Postgraduates

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The Biological and Medicinal Chemistry Sector (BMCS) of the RSC will be hosting its second postgraduate symposium for PhD and postdoctoral students working in biological or medicinal chemistry and related areas. The event will be held in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge on Thursday 11th December 2008. Students working in these areas from any UK university are invited to participate.

Registration will start at 9:00 am with talks beginning at 10 am. The day will consist of nine oral presentations (6 student and 3 industrial). Each 20-minute student talk will be followed by 10 minutes for questions. Throughout the day there will be keynote talks from industrial chemists. A buffet lunch will be provided to accompany the poster session. The BMCS judges will be awarding prizes to participants. There will be one prize of £250 for the best oral presentation and a prize of £100 for the best poster. These will be celebrated at the end of the day.

If you are interested in presenting your relevant PhD or post-doctoral work please submit a half-page abstract by 17th October 2008 along with your registration form. Those selected by the BMCS committee to give oral presentations will be notified by 15th November. Travel expenses will be reimbursed to speakers.

This event is FREE but all attendees should register as soon as possible and no later than by Monday 1st December.

To register please send a completed registration form by email with the subject: “REGISTRATION BMCS SYMPOSIUM ” to: Dr. Rebecca Myers (

This talk is part of the BMCS Postgraduate Symposium for Biological and Medicinal Chemists series.

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