International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The Future of Chemical Engineering Miguel angel Serrano ascencio   |   added on Aug 04, 2010    |    Mexico To discuss the Future of the Chemistry and the Chemical Engineering, we will invite as speakers leaders in those fields; like Juan José Suarez Coppel, CEO of Pemex (the state-owned petroleum company), Sergio Cervantes Rodiles, President of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry.
Topic: conferences, workshops, networking Audience: students, professional chemists, decision makers, industrial chemists

International Congress of Industrial Chemistry 2011 Juan M. Alfaro   |   added on Feb 17, 2010    |    Mexico The International Congress of Industrial Chemistry 2011 will be organized to provide a forum for the analysis and discussion of recent trends in scientific and technological research in the chemical industry, as well as the present and future role of Chemistry professionals.
Topic: nanotechnology, applied organic and organometallics synthesis, industrial safety and hygiene, environmental policy, sustainable and green chemistry, materials science, analytical chemistry, environmental education Audience: educational institutions, researchers, professors, students, chemical industry, decision makers