Category: Conferences & Courses

RSC Chilterns and Middlesex local section: conference

Dear RSC Chilterns and Middlesex local section members,

We would like to invite you to the Chemistry Communicators Challenge and promote the event with all those who you might feel it is appropriate. The event will take place on the 21st November from 6 -9.30pm at RSC HQ of Burlington House.

This event is an opportunity for the next generation of London-based Chemistry communicators to showcase their flair for presenting and understanding of chemistry and/or its history to a diverse audience.

The talks are divided into 3 sections:

  • Subject
  • Individual
  • Chemistry in our everyday lives

Participants are requested to submit an abstract, in no more than 150words to rsccmsecretary@outlook.com by midnight of the 2nd November.

To register for the event, please click on the following link: https://events.rsc.org/rsc/1518/register

For more information about the event, please click here.

Best wishes

Dr Inmaculada Andres, MRSC

RSC Chilterns and Middlesex local section committee

Dr Inmaculada Andrés Dipl, MSc, PhD, MRSC
Student Programmes Manager & Research Advisor
T +44(0)1895 265276 | E i.andres@brunel.ac.uk

Research Life: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/research/our-research/support/Research-Life

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Critical realism and healthcare research – 17 November

Free, open, basic introduction and refresher day course on critical realism (CR).

 Saturday 17th November, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm. University College London  

 Topics: basic CR concepts; resolving contradictions between factual and interpretive research; structure and agency; connecting macro to micro, qualitative to quantitative research; interdisciplinary social and life sciences research; examining complex transformative change over time. CR works with any method and topic of social research. There will be time for everyone to discuss their own work.

 Course convenor: Prof Priscilla Alderson UCL. 

To register and see more details please contact Robert: r.grist@ucl.ac.uk

Specialist IT Training Courses for Postgraduate Students

Specialist Postgraduate IT Training on offer to Postgraduate Students from October 2013 – June 2014

Course Details
Specialist courses are offered for staff and postgraduates at Imperial College London.

The following courses have been scheduled:

  • C for Science
  • FORTRAN
  • LaTeX
  • R Programming
  • Linux/Unix
  • Linux for HPC Beginners
  • For more information, including how to book, please visit the website.