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LIYSF 2014

'London International Youth Science Forum' (LIYSF) is a two week residential event held at Imperial College London, with lectures and demonstrations from leading scientists, visits to industrial sites, research centres, scientific institutions and organisations, including world class laboratories and universities



MEG 2015

MEG


Earlson Festival Art Trail, May Day 2016
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WEIG Welcomes Local A-Level Students
The Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces group worked with President Kennedy School and Community College, Coventry to provide students with a unique opportunity to gain hands on experience with advanced electrochemical techniques and projects.
The students worked on defined projects alongside PhD students and postdoctoral fellows using advanced scientific equipment to conduct mini-projects in fundamental electrochemistry, nanoscale electrochemistry, pharmaceutical crystal dissolution and electrochemical analysis of dental enamel processes.




LYSF





The Midlands Electrochemistry Group annual meeting was held at Warwick and organized by WEIG PhD students. MEG allows PhD electrochemists from different research groups across the Midlands to do talks and present posters to their peers in a friendly conference environment.




May Day celebrations filled the streets of Earlsdon as one of Coventry's most popular and cherished events, the Earlsdon Festival, returned for its fifth year to the heart of the Earlsdon community.

The festival featured market stalls, a cake competition, music concerts, talks, poetry, a history walk, antiques valuations and an activity day.

WEIG of course wanted to join in the fun, so we went along with Pat to promote the work of Mary Courtney, our Artist in Residency. Her aim is to uncover the vast mine of beautiful and beguiling images generated by chemists that are never seen by anyone else, and bring them out to the public. We went along to the festival to help share the strangeness and wonder of the stuff our world is made of, the stuff that is out of range of ordinary sight.