OXFORD SYNTHESIS SUMMER CONFERENCE 2016: 11-12 AUG
The OSSC 2016 is a student-led conference aimed at UK synthetic chemistry graduate students. During two days, delegates will have the opportunity to hear some of the most inspirational and influential minds in chemistry tell the stories behind their research. Book your place now!
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WHY CHOOSE SBM:

Want to learn more about the Oxford CDT in Synthesis for Biology & Medicine? Students and the Directors share their views on this DPhil (PhD) programme.

COHORT TRAINING

Comprehensive cohort training programme in all aspects of synthetic chemistry. Students are admitted to the programme and not a specific research group.

PROJECT FIELDS

Research Projects are clustered in six Project Fields to enable multiple researchers to approach substantial problems that are too challenging for a single doctoral student.

INDUSTRIAL INPUT

Designed with and supported by major international pharmaceutical & agrochemical companies, each offering specific expertise to enhance the CDT's training.

OPEN-ACCESS

We have an open-access policy in what we teach and what we do, to ensure free exchange of information and expertise between all partners and the overall research community.
Free Exchange of Information
Scientists on the SBM CDT programme will not file for patent protection on any of their research outputs but will make them freely available.
Course Material
The SBM CDT course material is available to download for free, as a useful resource for graduate students and the overall teaching and research community.

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A 4-year DPhil programme with synthesis at the core

The EPSRC CDT in Synthesis for Biology and Medicine is a four-year DPhil (PhD) programme that offers joint academic-industrial training in cutting-edge synthesis and its impact on significant problems in biology and medicine.

Oxford Synthesis Summer Conference 2016

The first OSSC 2016 is taking place on 11-12th Aug. Book your place now!
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