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Water Quality: How Clean is Clean?
Deepak Gupta | added on May 19, 2011 | United Kingdom
An opportunity to hear from and meet decision makers from government, the regulator and industry alongside researchers at Brunel University engaged in understanding the significance of chemicals in water.
Wrexham Science Festival
Katie Dutton | added on May 13, 2011 | United Kingdom
The Wrexham Science Festival returns in July, and will include a whole host of talks, workshops and demonstrations to get you thinking about science. Events will be based around four themes – Earth and the Universe, Animal World, Human Mind & Body, and Bright Sparks
Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Meeting (MASC-11)
Tony James | added on Apr 20, 2011 | United Kingdom
We are pleased to announce that the RSC Supramolecular and Macrocycles Meeting will take place at Bath during the 19th and 20th of December.
Essay on History of Chemistry at NIMR
Frank Norman | added on Apr 19, 2011 | United Kingdom
An essay outlining the history of chemistry in biomedical research at the MRC National Institute for Medical Research, from 1914 to present.
Science@LGC - demonstrating how chemistry benefits everyone
Louise Dean | added on Apr 18, 2011 | United Kingdom
Short-bite sized articles highlighting how chemistry, and in particular chemical measurement, impacts on our everyday lives. We will discuss some of our latest research and demonstrate how we apply our research to ensure 'Science for a safer world'.