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April 17-19, 2024
University of Strathclyde, UK

SpringSciX is a meeting of the successful SciX series, which is based outside of USA. SpringSciX will cover a wide range of analytical chemistry research.  Speakers will include established researchers as well as having a strong focus on early career researchers. There will be opportunities for oral and poster presentations with the aim of establishing career mentors.

Join current and future leaders in the analytical sciences, meet with exhibitors, and network over the three days

We look forward to welcoming you to Glasgow in April 2024



Grants are available for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to cover the cost of conference registration (including gala dinner).  A number of ECR bursaries have been kindly sponsored by The Royal Society of Chemistry and The Coblentz Society.


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Confirmed Speakers

Plenary talks

Dr Zoe Schnepp, University of Birmingham, ChemBAM project, RSC's 2023 Inclusion and Diversity Prize Winner.

Professor Marc Vendrell, University of Edinburgh, RSC's 2023 Bader Prize Winner.

Professor Damion Corrigan, University of Strathclyde, LGC Professor in Measurement Science for Health, founding Director of Aureum Diagnostics and co-founder of Microplate Dx. 

Keynote Speakers

Dr Howbeer Muhamad Ali, University of Liverpool.

Professor Emilie Ringe, University of Cambridge.

Dr Mathew Horrocks, University of Edinburgh.

Professor Alison Nordon, University of Strathclyde.

Dr Holly Butler, Dxcover.

Dr Benjamin Gardner, University of Exeter.

Dr Nicholas Rattray, University of Strathclyde.

Professor Laura Fabris, Politecnico di Torino.

Dr Mads Bergholt, Kings College London.


Programme also includes a Martin & Willis Prize session sponsored by The Infrared and Raman Discussion Group (IRDG).

Prizes will be awarded for the best oral presentation (sponsored by the RSC Analytical Division Scottish Region) and the best poster presentation (sponsored by Renishaw).

Abstract Submission

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Registration fees (including gala dinner):

Early career researchers (ECRs) £300*

All other delegates £400

*A number of bursaries are available for ECRs to cover the cost of registration. These can be applied for during the abstract submission process.

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