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IL Mat 2011 - Ionic Liquids Derived Materials - december 5th and 6th, 2011
Marie-alexandra Neouze | added on Feb 24, 2011 | Austria
2 days syposium dedicated to the emerging field of ionic liquid based materials. Four topics will be given: synthesis, characterization, theory and applications. Goal: present new results, exchange experience, find new original ideas
Popularisation of Green Chemistry
Damodar Prabhu | added on Feb 15, 2011 | India
The National Seminar on Popularisation of Green Chemistry will be held on February ,19, 2011 at Sri Chaitanya College, Vijayawada, AP, India.for the benefit of teachers, researchers and educators in Green Chemistry.
International Conference on Materials and Technologies for Green Chemistry
Mihkel Koel | added on Feb 07, 2011 | Estonia
This conference is designed for people involved in any aspect of studies and applications in chemistry leading towards sustainable development in science and technology. A key objective of this conference is to provide an environment leading to a broadly-based interdisciplinary communication. Attendees from industrial and gove
The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science
Steve Haase | added on Feb 04, 2011
The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science is an hour-long virtual seminar that brings together 60 of today’s leading minds to discuss and define how women can move the field of chemistry forward. It covers topics from work-life balance and gender differences to mentoring young women and fostering executive leadership.
Coordination Chemistry Discussion Group (CCDG)
Stephen Ashworth | added on Jan 10, 2011 | United Kingdom
The annual meeting of the Coordination Chemistry Discussion Group (CCDG). The group seeks to support the scientific interests of those involved with any aspect of co-ordination Chemistry, primarily through organising scientific meetings and providing bursaries to encourage postgraduate participation in meetings.