The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world's leading chemistry community, advancing excellence in the chemical sciences.
Events run by its local networks allows the public and members to engage with the RSC by sharing knowledge and ideas - connecting the world with the chemical sciences.
The lecture programme at Plymouth University is organised by the RSC Peninsula Section and is open to all.
27 October 2016: Beached up - the chemistry of ambergris
- Speaker: Professor Steve Rowland, Centre for Chemical Sciences, Plymouth University
17 November 2016: The reincarnation of mud - a tale of life, death and iron cycling in the modern ocean
- Speaker: Dr Will Homoky, University of Oxford
8 December 2016 (RSC Environment Award Lecture): Nanoparticles in the urban atmosphere - sources, processes and health implications
- Speaker: Professor Roy M Harrison, University of Birmingham and National Centre for Atmospheric Science
2 March 2017: The role of the public analyst
- Speaker: Jon Griffin, Public Analyst, Kent Scientific Services
23 March 2017: Geochemistry (tbc)
- Speaker: Dr Zvi Steiner, University of Cambridge
4 May 2017: Analytical chemistry in the whisky distillation industry
- Speaker: Edward Hayward, Chivas Brothers
Contact Hywel Evans for further information.