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Inhalation June 2020 7 e DDL Emerging Scientist Award welcomes entries from researchers across the globe work- ing in academia, industry, public service or other scientific estab- lishments. e winner of this award will have demonstrated sig- nificant scientific accomplishment or innovation during the early stages of a career in inhalation sci- ence (within 15 years from achiev- ing a PhD). Applications for the Emerging Scientist 2020 competi- tion are open until June 30, 2020. It is also possible to nominate an individual for this award. Please email for more information. e winner of the Pat Burnell Award, the DDL Emerging Scien- tists 2020 and the best academic and best industry posters will all be announced during an awards cere- mony on ursday, December 10. The Aerosol Society: Bringing academia, research and industry together for more than 30 years Aerosol science is core to a broad range of research disciplines and industries, extending from med- ical research and inhaled drug delivery, to combustion science, synthesis of new materials, climate change and the delivery of agricul- tural and consumer products. Advancing the knowledge of air- borne particles for more than 30 years, e Aerosol Society con- tinues to deliver its series of focus meetings, training events, prizes, grants and an annual conference. In a major boost for UK aero- sol science, a consortium of the UK's leading researchers in aero- sol science have partnered with 45 industrial and public sector bodies, including the UK and Ireland Aerosol Society, to estab- lish a new Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science with funding from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC). e Centre will catalyze the synergies that exist across the discipline for new solutions to today's research chal- lenges, aiming to transform the landscape of research and edu- cation in aerosol science in the UK, and indeed globally. e first cohort of students has been receiving training to become aerosol scientists and are about to start placements around the UK. Visit for more information. For more information on the Aerosol Society and its activities, visit Use the article archive with a one-time registration.

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