International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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International Conference on the Chemistry of Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts Lisa Fearn   |   added on Nov 05, 2010    |    United Kingdom The International Conference on the Chemistry of Glasses and Glass-Forming Melts in celebration of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov
Topic: conferences, celebrating chemistry, networking, chemistry education, workshops Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, professors, universities, post graduate students, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions

Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions Monica Fonorow   |   added on Oct 27, 2010    |    United States Prominent leaders from industry and academia, will gather at CHF to participate in a panel discussion on the pressing issues of energy, water, food, and human health.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, lectures, panel discussion, industry, leaders, academia, sustainable and green chemistry, global change Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, post graduate students, universities, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions

ChemBio Finland 2011 Tony Ahlqvist   |   added on Oct 19, 2010    |    Finland Professional event in chemistry and biotechnology held biannually. ChemBio offers free of charge seminars, presentations and trade fair for those working within the industry around the Baltic Sea region and students of chemistry and biotechnology.
Topic: conferences, seminars, chemistry, networking, science fair, competition, analytical chemistry, demonstrations, sustainable and green chemistry, industrial trade fair, biotechnology Audience: professional chemists, students, industrial chemists, professors, post graduate students, universities, decision makers, teachers, research scientists, educational institutions

The Chemical Heritage Foundation's Year-long IYC 2011 Celebration Monica Fonorow   |   added on Oct 15, 2010    |    United States Throughout 2011 the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) will produce events and programs to further the goals of the International Year of Chemistry.
Topic: conferences, hands-on activities, sustainable and green chemistry, publications, art, educational materials Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions

ExcipientFest Americas 2011 Marisol Perez   |   added on Oct 07, 2010    |    United States ExcipientFest attracts Pharmaceutical Scientists from the Americas and around the world to a unique two day forum for cutting-edge scientific developments. ExcipientFest features Educational Conferences, Workshops and Academic Poster Session. It is also a great event for networking.
Topic: conferences, seminars, chemistry education, networking, workshops, analytical chemistry, industrial trade fair Audience: professional chemists, students, industrial chemists, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists