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Chemistry Club for Adult 2011
Masahiro Ono | added on Oct 06, 2011 | Japan
Chemical Experiment Classroom for Adult
The participant perform the experiment of fragrance and plating.
The Nagoya Medal of Organic Chemistry 2011
Masato Kitamura | added on Sep 28, 2011 | Japan
The recipients of the Gold and Silver Medals in 2011 will deliver the Nagoya Medal Award Lectures. The Gold medalist is Prof. Eric N. Jacobsen (Harvard University), the Silver medalist is Prof. Keiji Tanino (Hokkaido University).
The 100th Anniversary Symposium on Organic Synthesis, Japan
Yuji Ohgomori | added on Sep 12, 2011 | Japan
The symposium on synthetic organic chemistry composed by approx. sixty oral and poster presentations. In the third day, great chemists, Drs. Teruaki Mukaiyama, Kenji Mori, Jiro Tsuji, and Zen-ichi Yoshida will give lecture for Special Seminars.
Special Exhibition "Life of Marie Curie"
Kazuyuki Tatsumi | added on Sep 08, 2011 | Japan
We can learn how Marie Curie live her life as a woman, as a mother, as a chemist through these 19 posters. Research Center for Materials Science, Nagoya University and Embassy of Poland and The Asahi Shimbun Company held this exhibition.
Invitation to Chemistry "super organic materials"
Kumi Yoshida | added on Sep 05, 2011 | Japan
Academic and industrial chemical researchers, who are working on useful organic materials such as dye-sensitized solar cell device and organic electro-luminescence will give lectures for young people.