Formative Formulation

Formative Formulation

Posted by Aurora Walshe on Feb 14, 2019 2:38 pm

18 March 2019 10:00-17:00, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
http://www.rsc.org/events/detail/35777/formative-formulation

The Formulation Science & Technology Group (FSTG) will host its inaugural early careers event, Formative Formulation, on 18th March 2019. The event is run by, with, and for early career formulation scientists from academia and industry.

It will be a 1-day scientific meeting, with contributions from all areas of formulation science. In particular, there will be talks related to nucleation during pharmaceutical crystal formation, oil-in-water emulsions in the food industry, rheological properties of concentrated suspensions and colloids, viscoelasticity of structural adhesives.


Poster and oral abstract deadline: 28 February 2019
Early bird registration deadline:     28 February 2019
Standard registration deadline:      17 March 2019


Abstracts for posters and contributed talks may be sent to: chris.ness@formulation.org.uk

RSC Member: £64
Non-member: £104
Student: £32

 

Formative Formulation

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