International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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'Our Scientists' A Series of Knowledge Sharing

Activity by Monika Jain   |   added on Mar 18, 2011   |   India Official_iyc_logo

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This group is organizing a series of programs to promote scientific and technological activities and to improve the applications of the subject. As inaugural program, we are organizing A knowledge sharing lecture series “Our Scientist”.

Chemistry is an important component of our everyday life and overall plays a key role in the development of a nation and overcoming the challenges of today’s world. Chemistry is not only related to laboratory work but also contributes in human progress.

 This group is devoted to promote scientific and technological activities. Further, to commemorate the United Nations' declaration, this group is going to organize a series of programs to improve the applications of the subject.

 As inaugural program, Group is going to organize A knowledge sharing lecture series “Our Scientist”, in which group will organize lectures of renowned scientists at frequent intervals.

 The ‘Knowledge Sharing Program’ would get started on March 1, 2011 with a lecture on the topic “Excitement in Chemistry”.

Padma Shree Prof J.P. Mittal, who is a renowned scientist in chemistry and Former Director Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai, India, will deliver the lecture.

Padma Bhushan Prof. P.M. Bhargava, Renowned scientist and founder director Center Cellular and  molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad, India,  will deliver his lecture on “Social, Moral, Ethical, Economic, Political and legal implication of modern Biology and Biotechnology” on May 9th 2011 in Bhopal.


Topic: lectures, workshops, biotechnology, chemistry, hands-on activities Audience: students, researchers, scientist, secondary school student, engineering, professors, lecturer, pharmacy
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