International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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TSN Annual Meeting keynote address 'From Waste to Wealth using Green Chemistry'

Activity by Philip Smith   |   added on Aug 09, 2011   |   United Kingdom Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): Keynote speaker: Prof. James Clark, University of York

The TSN Annual Meeting brings together network members - teachers and scientists - for an entertaining and informative science talk and update on TSN activities. This free event, will celebrate the role of chemistry in creating a more sustainable future and provide teachers with a timely subject knowledge update.

Teacher Scientist Network (TSN) Annual Meeting 2011. Monday 17th October 2011. John Innes Centre Conference Centre, Norwich, NR4 7UH

Event starts at 18:15 hrs. Keynote talk by Prof. James Clark will follow an update of TSN activity for new and existing members by Dr. Phil Smith, TSN Coordinator. Free refreshments will follow the talks for those registering prior to the event. Email: phil.smith@nbi.ac.uk to book your free place(s).

The TSN Annual Meeting brings together network members - teachers and scientists - for an entertaining and informative science talk and update on TSN activities. This free event, will celebrate the role of chemistry in creating a more sustainable future and provide teachers with a timely subject knowledge update. New members are welcome to attend.

Our keynote speaker is an internationally renowned pioneer in the field of Green Chemistry and the event a popular local annual gathering of over 100 teachers and scientists. This vibrant evening will also raise awareness of other local initiatives for IYC and showcase the IYC Water Activities to local teachers.


Topic: chemistry education, networking, sustainable and green chemistry, celebrating chemistry Audience: professional chemists, educators, research scientists, teachers, post graduate students, primary school teachers, secondary school teachers
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