People started displaying their posters, with at least one exhibitor taking the opportunity to do their very first tweet!
#RSCPoster#RSCCat This is my first twitter post and I felt really excited that the conference can be held in this way. I am a PhD student from the University of Manchester. I have shown what I am doing with biomass photo-reforming in the following poster. Please enjoy 😀😀😀 pic.twitter.com/O3NlYlpBzN
Looking at all the #RSCPoster conference posters was the best way to spend sitting in an online queue for @TheLionKing at Edinburgh Playhouse this morning. Tickets sorted for December and I'm enjoying chatting with other chemists about their work!
Very interesting materials! I am an #NMR fan myself and I love polymers. You seem to analyse your polymers with NMR in solution. Have you observed (or do you expect) issues with incomplete solubility or aggregation in these systems? #RSCPoster#RSCMat
Thanks, Here is a sketch of the vapour hydrolysis cell. Our group is currently looking at the scale up, performing experiments with the exclusion of oxygen for increased safety due to the highly exothermic nature of the reaction. #RSCPoster#RSCMatpic.twitter.com/X2yyJBsbKP
After 24 hours of round the clock and round the world tweeting, it was time for everyone to put away their posters for another year.
What an intense 24h! This year's #RSCPoster competition organized by @RoySocChem has been a great opportunity to share thoughts between fellow members of the scientific community and to get some new ideas as well! Thanks to the organisers to make this possible! #RSCInorg