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The 5th Meeting of Kanto Branch of Chemical Society of Japan
Noriyuki Yonezawa | added on Aug 13, 2011 | Japan
Regional Meeting of Kanto Branch of Chemical Society of Japan, intending to general and special presentation and discussion of fundamental and innovative chemical research, study of the status of chemical industry, discussion of chemical edcation, and so on.
Chemistry and Food
Basheer Paravakkal | added on Aug 09, 2011 | India
A presentation on the importance of IYC 2011 and Life of Madam Marie Curie,magic experiments in the chemistry of food,a short talk on the importance of chemistry and discourse with students.
TSN Annual Meeting keynote address 'From Waste to Wealth using Green Chemistry'
Philip Smith | added on Aug 09, 2011 | United Kingdom
The TSN Annual Meeting brings together network members - teachers and scientists - for an entertaining and informative science talk and update on TSN activities. This free event, will celebrate the role of chemistry in creating a more sustainable future and provide teachers with a timely subject knowledge update.
Peptide Synthesis Research Award Program
James Chou | added on Aug 08, 2011 | United States
LifeTein has implemented the LifeTein Research Award Program in recognition of the excellent research being conducted in the face of continued national grant funding reductions and decreased R&D budgets.
Future of Studies on Solar Energy Conversion Technology
Masahide Yasuda | added on Aug 04, 2011 | Japan
The present situation and future of studies on solar energy conversion technology such as solar cell and artificial photosynthesis will be introduced by two scientists in University of Miyazaki toward the young peoples.