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British Zeolite Association

The British Zeolite Association promotes zeolite and ordered nanoporous materials science in the UK. It does this through its annual research conference, which brings academic and industrial scientists together to discuss the latest developments in the field, as well as by its support for research students, its summer research bursaries for under-graduate students and other educational programmes and the Founders' Award, an annual prize for the best PhD student working in the area of micro- or mesoporous scienceand the Barrer Award, which is awarded every three years for the meritorious recent pure or applied work in the field of porous inorganic materials.

39th BZA Annual Meeting and UK MOF symposium

21 - 23 March 2016, University of Bath

The 2016 annual meeting will take place at the University of Bath and in the afternoon of the 23rd we will organise a UK MOF symposium. Further information is available on the Annual Meeting tab. As always, we are in particular looking forward to receiving contributions from early career researchers (PhD students, postdocs). Registration now open

Deadline for abstract submission: 8th of February 2016

These pages provide an overview of the various activities of the BZA, together with news and information on upcoming events, general information about zeolites and some useful links.



Founders' Award

Nominations for the 2016 Founders' Award Winner are now open

The Founders' Award is an award for UK-based postgraduate students working in the area of micro- or mesoporous science and celebrates the most promising PhD student of the year.

Deadline: 5th February 2016

For more info click here.

Luis Gomez-HortiguelaLuis Gomez-Hortiguela

The winner of the 2014 Barrer Award is Dr Luis Gómez-Hortigüela from the Instituto de Catálisis y Petroleoquímica-CSIC, Madrid, Spain. Luis won the award for his outstanding predictive computational studies of templating and reactivity of microporous materials. For more information, click here.