International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemistry As INnovating Science - CHAINS2011

Activity by J. Grimminck   |   added on Sep 05, 2011   |   Netherlands Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): NWO, KNCV, VNCI, KNAW

CHAINS2011 (Chemistry As INnovating Science) is the largest chemical conference in the Netherlands ever.

On 28, 29 & 30 November 2011 The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) in cooperation with the KNCV organizes the largest chemical conference in the Netherlands ever: CHAINS2011 (Chemistry As INovating Science).

1,500 scientists from all disciplines, universities and business come together to learn from each other, to share ideas and to network. The programme includes the full scope of present-day chemistry. At CHAINS2011 we show chemistry as provider of durable solutions to world problems, for instance on areas of energy, rare materials and health.

Key note speakers
The grand design of CHAINS2011 has attracted speakers of international renown. Keynote speakers are:

Roger Kornberg - Stanford University Medical School (Nobel prize 2006)

Michael Braungart - Universität Lüneburg
Avelino Corma - Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Kevin Lee - GlaxoSmithKline UK
Chad Mirkin - Northwestern University
Carol Robinson - University of Oxford
Stuart Schreiber - Harvard University
Viola Vogel – ETH, Zürich

Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, networking, seminars, workshops, demonstrations, sustainable and green chemistry, science fair, website, biotechnology Audience: professional chemists, decision makers, research scientists, professors, students, educators, teachers, universities, industrial chemists, post graduate students, women chemists, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools, school children, tertiary education, secondary schools, secondary schools students
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