RSC Belgium Forthcoming Events

This page acts as a handy aide-memoire for forthcoming RSC Belgium events and activities. We also post information on interesting events notified to us by colleagues in the Belgian chemical community. Why not bookmark this page to ensure you know what is happening and when?

27 September 2017 - Energetic Chemistry - This demonstration lecture with Matt Andrews of NATO is rearranged from earlier in the year and will  feature some of the more ‘vigorous’ aspects of chemical reactions. It will also be the evening when we present the prizes for our Annual Chemistry Challenge for school students. Venue: BSB.

26 October 2017 - CRISPR and Genetic Engineering with Prof Bernard Hallett of UCLouvain. This evening public lecture will cover the new and revolutionary CRISPR technique that can precisely manipulate genes and holds great promise for new therapeutic treatment and much, much more. Venue BSB - PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE.

23 November 2017 - Becki's Adventures in the Caribbean - Our own Section Secretary will talk to us about her recent travels and work on archaeological sites in the sunny Caribbean. Its a terrible job, but someone's got to do it! Venue BSB and date - details tbc.

2 December 2017 - Curling in Kent**. RSC Belgium has been invited to join in with RSC Kent's annual curling event! The venue is Fenton's curling rink near Tunbridge Wells in Kent - the only curling rink in England - and costs £25 per person, which includes a hot lunch and two hours of curling. Meet at 12h30 at the venue for lunch with the fun on the ice commencing at 14h00. For more information contact RSC Belgium - we need to submit numbers by 29 October!

More information on RSC Belgium
You can also find out about RSC Belgium activities via our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter! To get in contact with the section for more details of forthcoming events, or if you have an idea for a future event, please contact the section via the RSC Belgium email address.

** Indicates an event not organised by RSC Belgium.