Entries by cmarmion@rcsi.ie

Institute of Chemistry of Ireland Young Chemists’ Network Host International Women’s Day Event on 9th March, 2022

With our thanks to the ICI YCN for hosting a wonderful event in celebration of International Women’s Day on the 9th March, 2022.  This involved a panel discussion with Dr Michelle Brown (Research Fellow, CRANN, TCD and L’Oreal UNESCO FWIS Fellow 2021), Dr Clare S. Mahon (Assistant Professor at Durham University), Dr Roisin O’Flaherty (Assistant […]

Call for Nominations’ for the ICO Young Researcher Award 2022

The International Carbohydrate Organization invites applications for the ICO Young Researcher Award 2022. This award was established in 2012 to encourage carbohydrate research by young investigators and shall be given to a researcher working on a project focused on any aspect of glycochemistry and/or glycobiology. The recipient of this award will be invited to present […]

International Chemistry Olympiad 2021

Team Ireland has achieved its best success to date in the International Chemistry Olympiad, which was held from Saturday, July 24 to Monday, August 2, 2021, with all four competing students receiving awards for the first time. Two students, Oisín Ó Feinneadha, from St. Peter’s College Secondary School, Wexford and Tong Wu, from Clongowes Wood […]

45th Institute of Chemistry of Ireland Congress 2021 – Impacting Healthcare with Chemistry

The Institute of Chemistry of Ireland Young Chemists’ Network, together with RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences, co-hosted the 45th ICI Congress (virtual) on Thursday, 30th September, 2021 from 09.30-17.00 The Congress theme was ‘Impacting Healthcare with Chemistry’. It was in honour of Sir Charles A. Cameron to commemorate the centenary of his death. Please […]

“Younger Chemists Thriving during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic”

Please find here a link to a recent article on ‘Younger Chemists Thriving during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic’ published in Chemistry Views, the online science news magazine of Chemistry Europe. Congratulations to the chair of the ICI Young Chemists’ Network (ICI YCN), Dr Mark Kelada, who contributed to this article.