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Oral presentation sessions including: Process Analytical Chemistry, Clinical Diagnostics, Advanced Instrumentation, Clinical Metabolism, Pathogen Detection, Biological Imaging, Sensor Technology, Clinical Spectroscopy, Plasmonics & Nanomaterials and the IRDG Martin & Willis Prize Session.


Plenary talks

Making chemistry accessible for pupils with vision impairment

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

Development of high performance electrochemical biosensor systems and their translation for real world use

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

Translating fluorescent probes for imaging immune cell function in humans

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


Keynote Speakers

Spectroscopic probing of bacterial metabolism at single-cell level - Dr Howbeer Muhamad Ali, University of Liverpool.

Magnesium for Plasmonics - Professor Emilie Ringe, University of Cambridge.

Super-resolution Microscopy Inside Living Cells Using Reversible Peptide-protein Interactions - Dr Mathew Horrocks, University of Edinburgh.

In situ monitoring of solid form using low frequency (THz) Raman spectrometry - Professor Alison Nordon, University of Strathclyde.

The next generation of ATR-FTIR spectroscopy: Cancer diagnostics and beyond - Dr Holly Butler, Dxcover.

Raman Spectroscopy, a versatile tool to study biodistribution? - Dr Benjamin Gardner, University of Exeter.

Translating biological models of ageing into clinically relevant biomarkers - Dr Nicholas Rattray, University of Strathclyde.

Studying Metal-Molecule Interactions to Improve SERS Sensor Performance - Professor Laura Fabris, Politecnico di Torino.

Raman spectral projection tomography of tissues - Dr Mads Bergholt, Kings College London.