Friday 15th July 2016 - RSC Chemistry Centre, Burlington House, London


The aim of this meeting is to bring together the UK Nucleic Acids Research community to discuss new research at the chemistry-biology interface that involves the study of nucleic acids. The meeting is for all researchers, but is particularly aimed at new academic staff members, post-doctoral workers or PhD students who wish to communicate their latest findings. The day will consist of short talks by young group leaders, post-docs and students. There will also be a poster session with a prize for the best poster.

A small registration fee (10 RSC NAG members / 30 non-members) is charged for the event. For full details of how to register and submit your abstract, please visit the Registration page

We look forward to seeing you in London in July!

Dr John Brazier (Organiser)

About the Nucleic Acids Group

The Nucleic Acids Group is a subject group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and part of the Chemical Biology Forum. The group was formed in 2003, having previously been a special interest group (The Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology Group) of both the RSC and the Biochemical Society. The purpose of the group is to promote the subject of nucleic acids (including aspects of their chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology and biophysics), primarily via organization of meetings covering topics within the subject.