CAMS-UK Industry Steering Panel Launch

A one-day launch meeting for the CAMS-UK Industry Steering Panel is being held on Thursday 03 May 2018. 

At the meeting the CAMS-UK project will be outlined, followed by an interactive workshop designed to help shape both the top training thematic areas which would be most impactful for the Analytical Measurement community (cross-sector) as well as the top measurement challenges in the following themes:

  1. Point of Use, Sensors and Photonics,
  2. Data…
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ACTF supports CAMS-UK to the tune of £3.56 M

The Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund (ACTF) exists to promote, assist and extend the science and study of Analytical Chemistry.  It has achieved this over many years in part through supporting research and investigation into all aspects of analytical chemistry development and by establishing and maintaining fellowships and studentships.  These activities are closely aligned with the aims of CAMS-UK.  Over several months, the CAMS-UK project has been discussed within the Royal…

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Making sure your glassware is fit for use

Check the condition of all glassware before use, taking special care when using equipment such as pipettes and burettes, as the tips can be easily damaged if these items are not stored correctly.

Glassware should be clean and free from dust. To test if an item is clean:

  • Allow water to drain from the item;
  • The absence of discrete droplets of water on the interior surface indicates a clean, dust free interior.

If droplets of water remain on…

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ACTF Trustees meeting - update

ACTF supports the case for CAMS-UK.  Details of the 7 year support programme will be finalised in October 2017.

Alan Handley will present the case for CAMS-UK to the Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund (ACTF) trustees on 10 August.

The ACTF supports strategic activities of the Royal Society of Chemistry's Analytical Division in the areas of education & training and research.

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