30th Annual Meeting. Sunday 6th to Thursday 10th April 1997. University of Lancaster. in conjunction with the 5th International Symposium on Spin Trapping
      see http://www.lake-district.gov.uk/uploads/images/ThirlSmall.jpgInternational Symposia:
ESR Spectroscopy of Radicals in Organic and Biological Systems
Applications in Chemistry, Biology and Medicine

Plenary Lectures

Spin Trapping from Chemistry to Toxicology. Dr Ronald Mason, NIEHS, North Carolina, USA.
EPR spin trapping studies on the degredation of biological macromolecules. Dr M. J. Davies, The Heart Research Institute, Sydney, Australia
Radical ion pairs: from geometry to reactivity. Professor G. Gescheidt University of Basel, Switzerland
Radiofrequency spectroscopy and imaging. Dr Duncan G. Gilles University of Surrey
Steady-state and time-resolved high field EPR/ENDOR experiments in photobiology and photochemistry. Professor Klaus Möbius, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Magnetic properties of nitroxide biradicals. Professor A. Rassat, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
EPR (ESR) studies in vivo: results, opportunities and challenges. Professor H. Swartz, Dartmouth Medical School, USA
Pulsed EPR and molecular motions in solids. Professor M. Brustolon, University of Padua, Italy
Not only nitroxides (ten years of alternative spin trapping). Dr A. Alberti, CNR, Bologna, Italy
Non-linear ESR methods for spin label studies in biological systems. Dr D. Marsh, Max Planck Institute, Gottingen
Nitrone- and heme-trapping of free radicals in biological model systems Professor A. Tomasi, University of Modena, Italy

The Bruker Lecture

Physical Chemistry through Electron Spin Polarization. Professor Keith A. McLauchlan, University of Oxford

JEOL Student Session

An EPR Spin Trapping Study of Free Radical Intermediates Formed during the Heterogeneous Photocatalytic Mineralisation of Aldehydes. C. A. Jenkins, University of Wales, Cardiff
An EPR Investigation into Living Free radical Polymerization. K. Fraser, University of York
Potential Role of Ethanol generated Hydroxyethyl radicals in the heptatotoxicity of Ethanol. P. Navasumrit, Peterson Institute for Cancer Research, Manchester.
+ 18 short lectures and 32 posters. papers were subsequently published in J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. II. On Tuesday afternoon there was a visit to the Lake District and a steamer trip