Welcome to the Macro Group UK

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The Pure and Applied Macromolecular Chemistry Group (Macro Group UK) is a joint interest group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Society of Chemical Industry.

 

Message from the chairman, Neil Cameron

Welcome to the web site of Macro Group UK, affiliated to both the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Society for Chemistry and Industry. The Group is dedicated to furthering polymer chemistry in The UK by promoting meetings and fostering interactions. Neil CameronThis web site contains a range of information and links which we hope you will find useful and informative. Polymer chemistry is diverse in science and in its application with uses ranging from drug delivery to adhesives and coatings. As such we are a diverse group reflecting our community.

If you are not a member I urge you to join via one of our parent societies and to get involved in our activities and if you are a member thank you for your continued support and we welcome further active involvement.

One area of focus for MacroGroup is to encourage participation by younger members of our community.  You can do this through the Young Researchers Meetings. In particular, I encourage you to apply to present a Poster or an oral paper and perhaps you might be the winner of one of our annual Domino/Macro Group YRM awardsMake sure you attend these important meetings!

 

News items

  • The Macro Group has organised a one-day meeting on December 16th 2014, at the SCI HQ in London, to award the most recent set of medals. On-line registartion is avialable (here).

  • We are delighted to announce Dr. Joseph Patterson of University of Warwick as the winner of the Jon Weaver PhD Prize 2013.

  • The latest Bulletin is now on-line, follow the link to download.

  • The next YRM meeting will be held in Durham on 24 and 25th July. Find out more here.

  • Nominations are now being accepted for next year's MGUK Medals.

Polymer Physics Group logo.

The Macro Group is closely affiliated with the Polymer Physics Group, which is a joint interest group of the Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of Chemistry. The two groups together encompass the UK's premier polymer scientists in industry and academia.

Polymer Physics Group Web Link

 

The Macro Group is also committed to the development of new scientists working in industry and academia. This is currently achieved through the Recent Appointees in Polymer Science (RAPS) network. More information about this group and their activities can be found by clicking the link
http://www.raps.org.uk

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Royal Society of Chemistry logo and link. Society of Chemical Industry logo and link.

The Macro Group UK is a joint interest group between the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Society of Chemical Industry