STEM

FOR BRITAIN

Exhibition of Posters by early-career research scientists, engineers and mathematicians.

2021

Link to: STEM For Britain Sponsors

CHEMISTRY EXHIBITION

Poster Presenters in Alphabetical Order

Poster Presenters in Alphabetical Order
KEY:
Poster number – Name of Poster Presenter
School/Department and Institution
TITLE OF POSTER
Presenters’ Westminster MPs (where provided) given in format: Work MP/ Home MP

C1 – Dan Baillache

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW THERAPEUTICS FOR BRAIN CANCER

Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre, The University of Edinburgh

Deidre Brock (SNP)/ Deidre Brock (SNP)

C2 – David Brossault

WHEN LEGO BRICKS INSPIRE MICROSCOPIC MATERIALS: SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL PARTICLES

Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge

Daniel Zeichner (Labour)/ Daniel Zeichner (Labour)

C3 – Emma Campbell

SPLICE-SWITCHING SMALL MOLECULES AS INDUCERS OF APOPTOSIS IN CANCER CELLS

Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde

Alison Thewliss (SNP)/ Anne McLaughlin (SNP)

C4 – Theodore Anthony Gazis

A HERCULEAN EFFORT: TRIARYLBORANES TAKE THE WEIGHT OF NITROGEN ACTIVATION OFF METALS

School of Chemistry, Cardiff University

Jo Stevens (Labour)/ Jo Stevens (Labour)

C5 – Rachel Irlam

TOWARDS A NEXT-GENERATION BIOINK FOR 3D BIOPRINTING: FINE CONTROL OF THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF CAF1-BASED HYDROGELS VIA MODULATION OF PROTEIN FOLDING

Chemistry, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Newcastle University

Chi Onwurah (Labour)/ Nicholas Brown (Labour)

C6 – Kalliopi Kousi

NANOSTRUCTURED ENDO/EXO PARTICLE MATERIALS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION

School of Engineering, Newcastle University

Chi Onwurah (Labour)/ Nicholas Brown (Labour)

C7 – Connor Lawson

VISIBLE-LIGHT-MEDIATED REARRANGEMENTS AND CYCLISATIONS OF ELECTRON-RICH AROMATICS

Chemical Development, GSK/University of Strathclyde (collaborative PhD scheme)

Stephen McPartland (Con)/ Catherine West (labour)

C8 – Ben Lewis

IMAGING G-QUADRUPLEX DNA USING FLUORESCENCE LIFETIME IMAGING MICROSCOPY (FLIM)

Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London

Andy Slaughter (Labour)/ Jeremy Corbyn (Labour)

C9 – Auwal Musa

NEXT GENERATION SCREEN-PRINTED ELECTROCHEMICAL PLATFORMS: TAILORING GRAPHENE, THE SWISS ARMY KNIFE OF NANOMATERIALS IN SENSING OF ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING HORMONAL POLLUTANTS IN WATER

Institute of Bio-sensing Technology, University of the West of England

Jack Lopresti (Con)/ Darren Jones (Labour)

C10 – Ross Thomas

HIGH-THROUGHPUT SYNTHESIS OF PHOTOAFFINITY BITS (PHABITS) TO STUDY PROTEIN-LIGAND BINDING

GlaxoSmithKline, Chemical Biology/University of Strathclyde, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, GlaxoSmithKline/University of Strathclyde

Stephen McPartland (Con)/ Bim Afolami (Con)

Chemistry Judges

Dr Peter Machin BSc CChem FRSC, (Chair of Chemistry Judging Panel), Industrial Consultant, Royal Society of Chemistry

Prof Paul M Cullis BSc DPhil CChem FRSC, University of Leicester

Prof Helen Fielding, University College London

Dr Bryan Hanley

Prof Peter Knowles, Cardiff University