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A Tour and Appreciation for the Challenges of Oil Exploration and Production
Eric Klinker | added on Oct 07, 2011 | United States
This informational seminar will highlight the topics of oil exploration and production. Audience members will gain an understanding of the technology and challenges to meet the energy demand of our world.
The Origin, Development, and Future of the Lithium-ion Battery
Bob Villwock | added on Jul 26, 2011 | United States
A one-day international symposium featuring some of the original pioneers in the field speaking in a casual atmosphere that fosters interaction between students, postdocs, faculty, industry, national labs.
Can We Grow Energy? -- Role of Chemistry in the Energy Future
Tanya Fogg | added on May 09, 2011 | United States
The global demand for energy continues to soar and the interface of biology-chemistry to fossil fuel replacement may be the next breakthrough. How is chemistry preparing for this challenge? What technologies are holding promises? Will biofuels be the solution or create other problems?
Speaker: Dr. Bruce Dale, Michigan State
IYC 2011 - International Launching Ceremony
Rovani Sigamoney | added on Jan 25, 2010 | International
An opening ceremony for the International Year of Chemistry will be held in Paris, at the UNESCO HQ, under the aegis of the UN, UNESCO, and IUPAC.