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Please list all the relevant events for the group members below.

Tuesday 25th October 2011 - Boston Consulting Group

Have you ever wondered what life outside academia looks like? How you could apply your intellectual curiosity, creativity, and problem-solving skills to make valuable contributions to the business world? How to keep expanding your knowledge, enhancing your skills, and advancing your career in a way and at a pace unmatched by most other companies?

Join us on Tuesday, 25th October to discover the answer to these questions, learn more about The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), and meet several BCG Advanced Degree holders.This presentation and workshop is specifically aimed at PhD students and post-doctoral candidates who are interested in pursuing a career with BCG.

During this event, we will talk about the firm and discuss opportunities in our global offices.  In addition, there will also be a workshop where we will offer some tips and advice on writing a successful CV and discuss what to expect during a typical consulting "case study" interview and how to prepare.  This will then be followed by an open Q&A session.

  • Date: Tuesday, 25th October 
  • Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm 
  • Location: The BCG London office (20 Manchester Square, London W1U 3PZ)

 
To attend the presentation, please register your interest via the link https://www.113.vovici.net/se.ashx?s=13B2588B1399FF5A by the morning of Monday, 24th October.

 
Please note that space is limited.  We will send you an email shortly after you register to confirm if we will be able to offer you a spot at this presentation.

Wednesday 26 October 2011 - 1630h  Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre.  Bragg Lecture

The Bragg Lecture is the premier lecture in condensed-matter and materials physics at UCL.  It is given annually by a distinguished scientist working in the field.  This year Professor Henry Champan of the Centre for Free-Electron Laser Science, DESY, Hamburg, Germany is giving the Lecture. 

The Lecture entitled “Diffraction before destruction: imaging molecules and viruses using X-ray pulses” will take place at 1630 on Wednesday 26 October 2011 in the Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre, UCL followed by light refreshments in E3/E7 Physics.
 
Registration is not necessary for this Lecture, but it would be helpful for catering purposes if you would email me if you are going to attend.
 
For further information, please go to the following website:
 
http://www.london-nano.com/news-and-events/seminars/bragg-lectures-series/bragg-lecture-2011

Friday 28 October 2011 - 15:00 h  SRSCR  - BUN DAY

Cone and enjoy a bun and talk about what is good, bad?  What would you like to happen with the wiki and such???

RSC Roadshow - 7th November 2011

This November will see the RSC Roadshow visit the Department of Chemistry on 7th November.

The aim of this event is to show how RSC can help support people at different stages in their scientific careers, aimed specifically at Early Careers, PhD and PostDocs.

Lectures will take place in the Ramsay Lecture Theatre, while Poster Sessions and Refreshments will be in the Nyholm Room.

We hope you find this event useful, attached is a pdf of the proceedings.

RSC Roadshow.pdf