Following on from the highly successful SinS conference in July 2023, the next edition will take place between the 8th-10th of July 2025 . SinS was originally conceived out of a desire to amalgamate many of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Special Interest Group meetings into one larger and more comprehensive meeting. SinS showcases a complementary and diverse range of analytical topics which will allow for improved networking and collaboration between RSC interest groups and other learned and like-minded communities. The SinS oral programme highlight scientific solutions and will present delegates with the latest research, techniques, instruments, and applications from Industry and academia.
The Solutions in Science meeting is of value to all analytical scientists who have an interest in the separation sciences or spectroscopy in all academic and industrial disciplines.
Running alongside the SinS conference, the SinS exhibition gives attendees the chance to discuss applications and technology with solution providers with plenty of other networking opportunities with fellow delegates.
"SinS" brings together scientists and analytical chemists to discuss and explore the latest products, techniques and analytical Solutions. With “Sustainability” in mind one of the main aims of SinS is to bring together special interest groups to one large meeting rather than many smaller meetings which will cut down on travel and time but increase networking and information sharing capabilities.
The main themes for the SinS conference will discuss and present solutions on the following topics:
SinS attracts attendees working across a diverse range of industries including: