International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Informex Asia 2011 - Singapore Gregory Zheng   |   added on Dec 01, 2010    |    Singapore An exhibition and conference in Singapore, focusing on fine and specialty chemical industries in Southeast Asia, bringing together high quality buyers and premium sellers on a regional networking platform.
Topic: conference, exhibition, sustainable, green, chemistry, industry, trade fair, trade show, commercial, informex, networking Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, professors, decision makers, researchers, process engineers, chemical suppliers, chemists

Molecular Materials Meeting (M3) @ Singapore: An International Meeting to Commemorate IYC 2011 Tzi Sum Andy Hor   |   added on Sep 29, 2010    |    Singapore This meeting is hosted by IMRE in partnership with the universities, other research institutes (RIs) and SNIC to commemorate the International Year of Chemistry 2011. It is a "boutique" conference aiming to attract star scientists and engineers to chart some big idea at the intersections among materials, chemistry and others.
Topic: conferences, workshops, celebrating chemistry Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, research scientists, graduate students, decision makers, professors