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Kumamoto University Science Fantasy 2011
Hiroshi Nishino | added on Aug 29, 2011 | Japan
Participants do themselves or see chemistry experiments in the university and learn what’s fun and importance of chemistry in human life.
What would be conditions for chemistry to lead the next generation?
Teruto Ohta | added on Aug 26, 2011 | Japan
Symposium entitled “What would be conditions for chemistry to lead the next generation?” will be held to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry at the University of Tokyo in September 28.
FIBER International Symposium
Naoki Sugimoto | added on Aug 26, 2011 | Japan
FIBER International Symposium is intended to discuss and debate actively most-advanced chemical findings for biomolecular chemistry and biomolecular engineering with international researchers.
Human Resources Fostering Program in Chemistry
Ayumu Inoue | added on Aug 26, 2011 | Japan
To promote distinguished students to take doctoral course in chemistry and support those in the latter half of the course to find job in the chemical industry.
Marie Curie in the New Era
Reiko Fujita | added on Aug 26, 2011 | Japan
Marie Curie was a Polish-French physicist and chemist famous She was a pioneer in the field of radioactivity and the first person honored with two Nobel Prizes in physics and chemistry. She was also the first female professor at the University of Paris.