The Chromatographic Society is devoted to the promotion and dissemination of knowledge on all aspects of chromatography and related separation techniques. To support young separation scientists we provide a number of student bursaries each year, these bursaries are available to UK full-time students or a full-time students at a recognised UK University wishing to attend a meeting which would benefit their research/studies. Our bursaries are very important to us as a means to assisting the young researchers of today who we hope may go on to working in the field for many years to come.
We strongly encourage you to attend our meetings and to avail yourself of the opportunity to apply for a bursary, bear in mind also that partial support may also be available to attend international meetings which the society recognise as beneficial.
Take us up on our offer and we'll look forward to meeting you at one of our events.
If you require a higher level of funding you may be eligible for a John Dolphin Fellowship, for more information please click here
Past recipients of ChromSoc bursaries include:-
HPLC2013:- Christina Virgiliou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Louise McKeon (Dublin City University), Miriam Goyder (UAS, Western Switzerland) and Sophie Bailes (Open University, Milton Keynes)