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IYC Symposium “What would be conditions for chemistry to lead the next generation?”
Teruto Ohta | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
Symposium entitled “What would be conditions for chemistry to lead the next generation?” will be held to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry during the annual meeting of the CSJ in March, 2011.
The 91st Annual Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan
Yusuke Kawase | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
The Annual Meetings will attract more than 8,500 participants, and are among the largest scientific meetings in Japan.
Attractive Science Park on Catalyst and Related Chemistry
Hiromi Yamashita | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
“Attractive Science Park on Catalyst and Related Chemistry” is an event with chemical experiment shows and exhibitions for school children and their family to promote the understanding and interest on the catalyst and related chemistry.
Countdown Symposium IYC 2011 Japan
Keiji Uchino | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
Countdown Symposium IYC 2011 Japan will be held at Koshiba-hall (University of Tokyo) on Dec.1 in 2010.
The 150th Anniversary Commemorative Ceremony of the Department of Chemistry, School of Science, the University of Tokyo
Takeaki Ozawa | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
Founded in 1861, our department will become the first Chemical Department in Japan to celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2011.