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SFA (Oxford) is delighted to announce that next year’s Oxford Platinum Lectures will be held on Friday 10th May 2019 in the Lecture Theatre at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, and will once again provide a day of thought-provoking lectures and passionate debate.

The theme for the 2019 Lectures will be 'Time for Adoption', exploring how the platinum industry’s response to the current difficulties facing the market could lead to new opportunities going forward.

We will be inviting speakers to cover various topics including: reconfiguring the resource base; platinum industry market development initiatives; the future substitution of platinum for palladium in autocatalysts; the development of fuel cells for heavy-duty vehicles; the evolution of electric vehicles and the challenge of developing a strategy for platinum jewellery.

Oxford Platinum Lectures 2019

Lectures begin at 11.00am

Oxford University Museum of Natural HistoryOxford University Museum of Natural History

We will be following the successful format of recent years, starting with registration and a light brunch from 10.00am, the lectures will begin at 11.00am with a finish time of around 5.00pm.

Drinks reception

As in previous years, the lectures will be followed by an optional drinks reception in the Main Gallery of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and then the opportunity to visit some of Oxford’s historic public houses.

More information, including details of cost and speakers, will follow in the coming months.

Reserve your place

Please let us know if you would like to attend the Oxford Platinum Lectures in May 2019. Complete this short form to join our mailing list and we will keep you up to date with developments nearer the time.