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State-of-the-art in the Analysis of Complex Environmental Matrices: A Webinar series. Webinars 1-4

9 January 2023 12:30 - 20 February 2023 14:00, United Kingdom


Following our successful biennial series on the Analysis of Complex Environmental Matrices, the RSC Environmental Chemistry Group, the Separation Science Group and Water Research Forum  are happy to announce our first webinar series, being held in January/February 2023. The first Webinar has already taken place. We invite new delegates to join for the rest of the series.

  • There will be  90-minutes online meetings every other week.

  • Presentations from two UK leading environmental analytical chemists each session.

  • Dedicated time to discuss the future of the field.   

Registration for this event will include registration for the remaining webinars- Mondays Jan 23, Feb 6, Feb 20 12.30- 2.00.

Webinar One Monday 9 January 2023 12.30-14.00

Brett Sallach, Univeristy of York, Increasing our understanding of xenobiotic uptake and fate in plants using single cell mass spectrometry
Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, University of Bath, Wastewater based epidemiology and One Health. 

Webinar Two Monday 23 January 2023 12.30-14.00

Leon Barron, Imperial College, Rapid monitoring and risk assessment of chemicals of emerging concern at scale.

Jacqui Hamilton, Univeristy of York, Are emissions from green spaces important for urban air quality? Using high resolution methods to understand the interactions of biogenic emissions with air pollution in cities.

Webinar Three Monday 6 February 2023 12.30-14.00

Nicholle Bell, The University of Edinburgh, Using NMR and FT-ICR-MS to tackle natural and man-made mixtures in our changing environment. A journey from peatlands to drinking water.

David Scurr, University of Nottingham, Reducing combustion engine emissions with secondary ion mass spectrometry.

Webinar Four Monday 20 February 2023 12.30-14.00

Mark Perkins, Anatune, Rapid analysis of soils and water using selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS)

Richard Cross, CEH, Monitoring microplastics in the environment – experiences in detection and interpretation of microplastic contamination in increasingly complex media

United Kingdom

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Royal Society of Chemistry Environmental Chemsitry Group
Royal Society of Chemistry Separation Science Group
Royal Society of Chemistry Water Science Forum
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