The Royal Society of Chemistry's Energy Sector is organizing their "2nd Chemistry in Energy" Conference, to be hosted by the University of Sheffield on 17-19 July 2017. This follows the success of the 1st conference at Heriot Watt University last year.
The aim of the conference is to bring together scientists and technologists from academia and industry with interests in the applications of Chemistry in the Energy Industry, and intends to embrace all aspects of energy–related research, where chemistry and the chemical sciences play a key or underpinning role in solving the UK’s combined energy challenges of carbon emissions, energy costs and security of supply.
The scope of the conference is intended to be broad and will include all energy forms and technologies.
Full details of the conference are in the attached flyer, and can also be found on the conference web-site at www.chemistryinenergy.org. I would be most grateful if you could forward these details to any colleagues who you think may be interested.
In the afternoon and on the second day, after this enriching discussion with Julie Girling, the biannual meeting pursued its normal course with the scientific presentations of the academics to the Industrial Members….