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The Dial-a-Molecule EPSRC Grand Challenge Network is calling for collaborative proposals to enhance/speed up existing chemistry research projects through the application of statistical methods. Applications are now closed.
We are now living and working in an information age – but is synthetic chemistry taking full advantage of the large amounts of experimental data routinely available and the computing power available to enrich and manipulate it? Learn more about the upcoming workshop we are hosting to discuss the challenges associated with data usage in synthetic chemistry MEETING REPORT IS NOW AVAILABLE
Chemical Sciences in the 21st Century: The Role of 3D Printing: Find the highlights from the meeting here
The Dial-a-Molecule Annual Meeting was held on 9th & 10th July at the University of Birmingham, check back soon for a report on the highlights of the meeting.
A community event that brings together key stakeholders in the area of chemistry and statistics will be held on 12th May at the Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London: Experimental Design – an essential skill for chemists Promoting education and deployment of statistical methods in chemistry research Dial-a-Molecule recognises the power of Statistical Design
Read the symposium report hereEver thought of using 3D printing to engineer your reactors or labware, but not sure where to start?Want to ask the experts about your 3D printing experiences?Or do you just wonder what all the 3D printing hype is all about and whether it has a role in chemistry?Whatever the questions you
On the topic of “Liberating Laboratory Data”, Dial-a-Molecule and AstraZeneca Macclesfield would like to announce the meetings: Facilitating automated capture and use of laboratory dataMonday 20th January 2014&Towards an open data description for Electronic Laboratory NotebooksTuesday 21st January 2014at AstraZeneca Macclesfield.Registration is now closed. “Dial-a-Molecule” is an EPSRC funded Grand Challenge Network with the aim:“In 20-40
In order to exploit the vast body of currently inaccessible chemical information held in Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs) it is necessary not only to make it available but also to develop protocols for discovery, access and ultimately automatic processing. The ability to draw on the body of accumulated chemical knowledge in order to predict or
X-ray absorption spectroscopy: New Insights at the Interface between Homogeneous, Heterogeneous and Hybrid Catalysis
19th-20th September 2013 at STFC RAL near DLS. Sponsored by Dial-a-Molecule and the UK Catalysis Hub, this two-day symposium will bring together UK and international researchers interested in the application of X-ray methods to accelerating synthetic research in the remit of the Dial-a-Molecule Grand Challenge goals. Day One will feature lectures from catalysis and synchrotron practitioners with a particular emphasis on the role of clusters and nanoparticles in synthesis. Day Two will provide an interactive forum for attendees of all backgrounds and levels of synchrotron experience (including complete newcomers!) to foster new collaborations, and formulate interdisciplinary research grant and beamtime proposals. Researchers from both industry and academia are most welcome to attend.
On 17th May the Dial-a-Molecule Executive Group submitted a statement to BIS in response to Prof. Sir John O’Reilly’s invite for comments on key priorities for the spending review FY 2015/2016. In this letter the following key recommendations were made: Continue support for science and research through protection of the research budget and related capital