International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Literature and Chemistry: Elective Affinities Margareth Hagen   |   added on Oct 25, 2011    |    Norway This Interdisciplinary Conference held at The University of Bergen, 27-28 October addresses a range of approaches to the encounters and affinities between literature and chemistry: historical, theoretical, ethical and aesthetical.
Topic: literature Audience:

14th Norwegian Winter Meeting in Mass Spectrometry Dag Ekeberg   |   added on Nov 05, 2010    |    Norway The Norwegian Society for Mass Spectrometry (NSMS) has the great pleasure of inviting you and your colleagues to the 14th MS-winter meeting. The Seminar will take place 23 – 26 January 2011, and is held at the Quality Hotel & Resort Hafjell, 20 km north of Lillehammer.
Topic: conferences, celebrating chemistry, seminars, chemistry education, networking, workshops, analytical chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, professors, general public, universities, post graduate students, teachers, research scientists, women chemists