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Hurter Lecture Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Hurter Lecture
Family Evening Lecture: Copies, Fakes and Forgeries: Analysis in the study of art and Antiques Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Family Evening Lecture: Copies, Fakes and Forgeries: Analysis in the study of art and Antiques
Family Evening Lecture: Mercury Window on the Invisible Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Mercury is the most beautiful element in the periodic table. And the most reviled. The only liquid metal, its inertness and density have made it crucial to a huge number of experiments through history. Dr Andrea Sella, will take us on a tour of Mercury-related science and will end with the question can we bring it to life?
Opportunities for commercialising drug discovery in the academic sector Jacqui Colgate | added on Nov 18, 2010 | United Kingdom Converting early stage research into commercially valuable drug discovery assets
New Zealand Institute of Chemistry Conference 2011 Kylie Nichol | added on Nov 17, 2010 | New Zealand On behalf of the organising committee I am excited to be able to invite you to join us at the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry Conference, being held at The University of Waikato, Hamilton from 27 November to 1 December 2011.
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, conferences, chemistry education, networking, workshops, educational materials, hands-on activities||Audience:||students, educators, industrial chemists, professors, general public, universities, decision makers, reachers|