21st Century Chemistry - Disposing of our Nuclear Legacy

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 - 12:00pm to 5:15pm
London

Royal Society of Chemistry Event

Cutting edge research at the intersection of geology, biology and chemistry has demonstrated that the interactions between microbial life, rock and radionuclides is not as we originally anticipated, and understanding it could be integral to the next 100,000 years of waste disposal.

Speaking at this event

  • Dr Joanna Renshaw (Strathclyde University) 
  • Professor Mike Wood (University of Salford) 
  • Dr Juliet Long (Environment Agency) 
  • Distinguished Guest Lecture: Professor Melissa Denecke (University of Manchester)

Tickets

There are a limited number of free places available for unemployed and retired members. To apply, email the organisers at ecg.dgl@gmail.com. All registrations are non-refundable, but delegate passes may be exchanged.

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