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The Sixth Jordanian International Conference of Chemistry

Activity by Sultan Abu-Orabi   |   added on Sep 15, 2010   |   Jordan Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): Yarmouk University, Jordanian Chemical Society

Chemistry conference covering all aspects of chemistry

The aim of the Sixth Jordanian International Conference of Chemistry is threefold.  The first is to review, assess and share information on the most scientific and technological advances in the various fields of chemistry.  The second is to create the opportunity for chemists from within this region and other parts of the world to gather as one community, discuss and share their findings and research, and to explore the possibilities of mutual cooperation.  The third important aim is to use the activities of the conference to increase public awareness of the importance of chemistry in daily life and to stimulate an interest in chemistry in our young population.

The conference will be held betwen April 19 and 21, 2011 at Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan.  It is being expressly organized to acknowledge and celebrate the international year of chemistry.


Topic: Audience: professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, graduate students, women chemists, post graduate students

Comments

Fatima Mustafa | Oct 26, 2010 08:43AM

I think this conference is held once per 2 years but this time is exceptional because of iyc

but what else dr the jordanian chemical society will do?

Dileep Sathe | Dec 02, 2010 04:04PM

I would like to discuss some very basic problems in learning Bohr's theory of hydrogen atom. The discussion is very important to physics and chemistry, both. For details, see my "activity" dated 19th November 2010

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