International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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NanoFormulation2011

Activity by Helen Dutton   |   added on Feb 18, 2011   |   United Kingdom Official_iyc_logo

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NanoFormulation2011 Singapore, will bring together scientists from Europe, USA and Asia-Pacific involved in the formulation of nanomaterials. The five day meeting will include presentations, a training day focussed on nanomaterial characterisation, a trade visit to Jurong Island and structured networking activities.

NanoFormulation2011 will be held in Suntec, Singapore from 26 June - 1 July 2011 and thus sits at the heart of the International Year of Chemistry. This five day meeting will include three days of presentations, including nobel prize winners, a training day focussed on nanomaterial characterisation and a trade visit to Jurong Island to showcase research within the industrial sector. Structured networking activities on the Singapore Flyer and 1:1 meetings with delegates and speakers will encourage collaborations between industry, academia and the different world regions. NanoFormulation2011 website: www.nanoformulation2011.com

NanoFormulation2011 is the second of three international events under an EU funded program called InForm (Integrating Nanomaterials in Formulations). InForm is a partnership between 17 world-leading institutions which bring together formulation scientists from Europe, USA and Asia-Pacific involved in the formulation of nanomaterials. InForm website: www.nanoformulation.eu

NanoFormulation2011 is a symposium within ICMAT (International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies) - Symposium D. ICMAT website: http://www.mrs.org.sg/icmat2011/


Topic: conferences, networking, workshops, sustainable and green chemistry, analytical chemistry, celebrating chemistry, biotechnology Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, general public, educators, industrial chemists, research scientists, universities, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, decision makers, tertiary education
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