The CSCB Symposium- ‘Recent Advances in Synthesis and Chemical Biology XIV’ took place on Friday 11th of December in RSCI. Brilliant talks were delivered by Professor Norio Shibata (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan), Professor Nils Metzler-Nolte (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany), Professor Jane Clarke (University of Cambridge, UK), Professor Stephen Clarke (University of Glasgow, UK) and Professor Miquel Pericas (ICIQ, Tarragona, Spain) . Well done to all the group members who presented posters, particularly to Catherine Tighe who was awarded a prize for her poster. Thanks to all involved in the organisation of the day.
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Doran who was awarded the prestigious Royal Irish Academy Young Chemist’s Prize. This prize is given for the most outstanding Irish PhD thesis of 2014 in the general area of the chemical sciences.
The 19th European Symposium of Organic Chemistry took place from the 12th to the 16th of July at the Universidade de Lisboa and was attended by Chris Nottingham, Catherine Tighe, Mark Jackson, Dr. Ramu Akula and Prof. Pat Guiry. There was a great line up of talks across the five days and a very enjoyable conference dinner. As the incoming President of ESOC, Pat announced that the next symposium will take place in Cologne (2017). Big congratulations to Chris Nottingham who was awarded the ESOC poster prize!
The 67th Irish Universities Chemistry Research Colloquium took place at Maynooth University on the 25-26th of June. As always the colloquium highlighted the outstanding research being conducted by the best and brightest of Ireland’s young chemists at third level institutions across Ireland. A brilliant time was had by all students from the group who attended. Well done to Catherine Tighe for her poster presentation and to Chris Nottingham for his excellent oral presentation.
Well done the third year PhD students Chris Nottingham, Denise Moran, Catherine Tighe and Mark Jackson who all presented their research at the Dublin Chemistry Third Year Talks Day on the 3rd of June. Congratulations to Catherine and Denise who were both awarded prizes for their presentations.
The 40th Annual Congress of the Institute of Chemistry Ireland- ‘Modern Approaches to Asymmetric Synthesis’ took place on the 30th of April here in UCD. Well done to Chris Nottingham, Denise Moran, Catherine Tighe and Mark Jackson who presented posters. Particular congratulations to Pat for delivering a great presentation on the day and to Catherine Tighe who received a prize for her poster
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