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Workshop in the History of Chemistry
Masao Uchida | added on May 31, 2011 | Japan
Lectures and discussion on three topics: On the first generation of women scientists in Japan; Nobel Prize candidates before or during the period of world war II in Japan; Lavoisier and the law of conservation of mass.
100 Years of Radiochemistry
Yuichiro Nagame | added on May 26, 2011 | Japan
The 2011 Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Nuclear and Radiochemical Sciences will celebrate IYC and the 100th anniversary of radiochemistry pioneered and created by Marie Curie
Periodic table quiz and exhibit the books on chemistry
Nobue Koyasu | added on May 16, 2011 | Japan
exhibit books related for chemistry and participate the quize for periodic table
STN User Meeting
Shigeo Tsuyama | added on May 03, 2011 | Japan
Annual update seminar for STN, a database service covering worldwide scientific and technical information. Enhancements made in the past year will be presented to promote the use of STN.
The Japan Petroleum Institute Junior Society Poster Session
Koji Nishi | added on Mar 23, 2011 | Japan
The 16Th JPIJS poster session aims at spreading the knowledge on fundamentals and applications of petroleum chemistry, and at promoting discussion among young research scientists and industrial chemists.