The British Association is offering bursaries to A-level, BTEC and undergraduate chemistry students to enable them to attend its AGM in Newcastle, September 11-15. Topics include: new anti-cancer drugs, treatment of leukaemia, chemicals in agriculture, nuclear power, clean power from coal and gas. The bursaries cover transport, accommodation and meals. Apply by May 23. Details: Dr Paul Phillips, School of Environmental Science, Nene College of Higher Education, Northampton NN2 7AL.
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