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The 25th International Symposium on Gas Kinetics and Related Phenomena will take place from the 22nd- 26th July at the University of Lille, Lille, France.  

The conference traditionally provides an open forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research on a wide range of topics related to gas-phase chemical kinetics.  This has been expanded over recent years to cover all aspects of atmospheric and combustion chemistry, with heterogeneous systems involving micro- and nanoparticles getting an increasing role.

A wide range of experimental and theoretical presentations are welcome, covering topics such as reaction dynamics; atmospheric, interstellar and planetary chemistry; combustion; heterogeneous- and particle-chemistry to name but a few.

The Symposium has a long history, dating back to 1967. It has been held every two years, with host cities generally alternating between continental Europe and the English-speaking world, mainly the UK. The Royal Society of Chemistry’s prestigious Planyi medal is traditionally presented at this Symposium; recent winners have included Jim Anderson, Craig Taatjes, Mario Molina and Steve Leone.

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