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At this Symposium, the largest since its establishment in 2002, the organisers welcomed 44 graduate students working in twelve countries, together with two keynote speakers. There were 25 oral and 17 poster presentations of very high quality, spanning a wide range of imprinting topics, including tailor-made functional monomer design and synthesis, polymerisation formats, solid-phase extractions, membrane separations and sensors. The targets ranged from environmental pollutants and pharmaceuticals to disease biomarkers and biomacromolecules.

The keynote lectures were delivered by Dr Michael Whitcombe (Cranfield University, UK), who discussed some “myths and legends” of Molecular Imprinting, and Dr Richard Ansell (University of Leeds, UK), who explained the nature of pre-polymerisation interactions between functional monomers and templates and presented methods of studying the complexes formed.
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