Faraday Discussions


Unique international discussion meetings that focus on rapidly developing areas of chemistry and its interfaces with other scientific disciplines.

Welcome


The Faraday Division have been organising high impact Faraday Discussions for over 100 years.

Michael Faraday at Savoy Place, London, UK, reproduced by permission of Leo Reynolds

Faraday Discussions have a special format where research papers written by the speakers are distributed to all participants before the meeting, and most of the meeting is devoted to discussing the papers. Everyone contributes to the discussion - including presenting their own relevant research.

The research papers and a record of the discussion are published in the journal Faraday Discussions. The 2012 impact factor for Faraday Discussions is 3.8, emphasising their importance as a forum for developing new ideas.

Our current programme of meetings is more diverse than ever before. We look forward to seeing you soon at one of our Faraday Discussions. 

Professor Andrew R Mount
Chair, Faraday Standing Committee on Conferences


Forthcoming Events

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Organic Photonics & Electronics: Faraday Discussion 174

8 - 10 September 2014, Strathclyde, UK







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Temporally and Spatially Resolved Molecular Science: Faraday Discussion 177

12 - 15 January 2015, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



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Nanoplasmonics: Faraday Discussion 178

16 - 18 February 2015, London, UK





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Corrosion Chemistry: Faraday Discussion

13-15 April 2015 London, UK







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Carbon Dioxide Utilisation: Faraday Discussion

7-9 September 2015, Sheffield, UK





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Supramolecular Photochemistry: Faraday Discussion

15-17 September 2015, Downing College, Cambridge, UK














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