As well as delivering the best research training for our students, the SBM CDT aims to engage with the wider community and create a long-lasting impact into the advancement of science, outreach and public engagement.
Our students' research has already led to several publications in high-impact journals.
Our students are encouraged to play an active role in activities aimed at disseminating chemistry and science to the wider public.
We asked our students to share their views and experience of life in the SBM CDT. Here's what they said!
A key component of our advanced synthesis training programme, the OSSC is organised by students and aims to engage all synthetic chemistry students across the UK and beyond in discussions of their research careers and the future of chemical synthesis, fostering motivation and facilitating networking and knowledge transfer.
OSSC2020 took place as a free-to-attend online conference on 27-28 July. Over two days, attendees met and listened to six of the most inspirational and influential minds in chemistry tell the stories behind their world-leading research careers, and the journey to where they are today.
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Confirmed speakers:
  • Harry Anderson, University of Oxford, UK
  • Thomas Carell, LMU, Germany
  • Sarah Reisman, Caltech, USA
  • Tobias Ritter, Max-Planck-Institut, Germany
  • Rebecca Ruck, Merck, USA
  • Richmond Sarpong, UC Berkeley, USA
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