Bright young chemists

Two young chemists from the University of York, England, will present details of their research to Members of Parliament in March as part of the SET for Britain competition aimed at promoting early-stage researchers. Post-doc William Unsworth (29) will discuss his work on improving organic synthesis while graduate student Stephen Bromfield (24) will talk about heparin rescue agents as alternatives to the widely used drug protamine. They will join dozens of other young scientists shortlisted from hundreds.