The theme of this year’s annual Sigma Symposium is ‘Super Storage’. Though this theme is seemingly limited, nothing could be further from the truth, considering storage is a very vital part of (bio)chemistry. The symposium will offer a close look to a very broad array of subjects such as the more obvious gas and energy storage, but also drug delivery and data storage. Compact storage of information and chemicals is a multibillion branch of (bio)chemistry, important for the development of improved equipment, treatments and chemical reactions. In this year’s symposium we will examine which new approaches are being taken in storage, and what these inventions can do for us as (bio-)chemists, and for society.
The symposium will take place on April 12th 2016 in the Faculty of Science of the Radboud University Nijmegen. During this day, a diverse selection of lectures will be given with several breaks in between. The day closes with an informal drink to which all visitors and lecturers are invited. Subscriptions open in March, so we hope to see you there!
You can now register here or you can ask one of the committee members.