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BioPhysChem 2011 Conference Naomi Sarich | added on Jun 01, 2011 | Australia A Joint meeting between the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian Society for Biophysics. This meeting will bring together scientists from a range of disciplines to showcase research developments while providing a collegial atmosphere for scientific exchange.
Protecting Your Idea & Safeguarding Your Business Structure Tanya Fogg | added on Apr 05, 2011 | United States Considering a start up? Wondering how to most effectively work with internal and external counsel? Join our speakers as they discuss the hot issues surrounding patents. Get a brief update on why you keep hearing about patent reform in Congress, and what it means for you, understand the global perspective on patenting, and re
|Topic:||innovation, idea generation, safeguarding your business, entrepreneur, legal counsel, patents, research||Audience:||chemists, students, chemical engineers, professors, entrepreneurs, small business owners|
Skin Deep lecture series Zoe Beck | added on Mar 03, 2011 | United Kingdom An exciting series of Fashion Science talks by eminent scientists on diverse subjects related to human skin.
The Chemistry Calendar Per Thorén | added on Feb 21, 2011 | Sweden We make 12 fun, educational and action-packed videos, one for each month of IYC 2011, to show how chemistry plays a role in our daily lives - and in our future!
|Topic:||chemistry education, research, celebrating chemistry, everyday life, educational materials||Audience:||tertiary education, teachers, educators, school children, high schools, secondary schools|