International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions Monica Fonorow   |   added on Oct 27, 2010    |    United States Prominent leaders from industry and academia, will gather at CHF to participate in a panel discussion on the pressing issues of energy, water, food, and human health.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, lectures, panel discussion, industry, leaders, academia, sustainable and green chemistry, global change Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, post graduate students, universities, teachers, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions

Natural Products Research Network for Eastern and Central Africa (NAPRECA) Solomon Derese   |   added on Oct 23, 2010    |    Kenya The theme of the symposium is "Natural Products from African Biodiversity" and experts in the area will present papers on the structure elucidation, biological activity, potential use as drugs and synthesis of Natural Products.
Topic: symposium, workshops, hands-on activities Audience: students, professional chemists, professors, post graduate students, tertiary education, research scientists, women chemists, universities

International Symposium on Heterocyclic Chemistry, Fez, Morocco on 27-29 October 2011 Alami Anouar   |   added on Oct 16, 2010    |    Morocco The University Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Faculty of Sciences Dhar El Marhaz Fez in collaboration with Moroccan Group of Heterocyclic Chemistry are organizing an International Symposium in Fez, Morocco, on 27-28 October 2011, entitled: "HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY: VALUE ADDING, PROSPECTS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT"
Topic: posters, celebrating chemistry, plenary lectures, oral presentations, exhibition Audience: students, professional chemists, industrial chemists, universities, tertiary education, research scientists, women chemists, high schools

The Chemical Heritage Foundation's Year-long IYC 2011 Celebration Monica Fonorow   |   added on Oct 15, 2010    |    United States Throughout 2011 the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) will produce events and programs to further the goals of the International Year of Chemistry.
Topic: conferences, hands-on activities, sustainable and green chemistry, publications, art, educational materials Audience: students, professional chemists, educators, industrial chemists, general public, decision makers, research scientists, women chemists, educational institutions

19th International Conference: POLYCHAR 19 Rameshwar Adhikari   |   added on Oct 08, 2010    |    Nepal POLYCHAR belongs to a series of prestigious annual conferences taking place in different countries: http://www.unt.edu/POLYCHAR/. The Forum provides a platform for presentation of innovations in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) from academia (including students) and industry.
Topic: conferences, chemistry education, networking, educational materials, sustainable and green chemistry, publications Audience: students, professional chemists, industrial chemists, professors, post graduate students, universities, women chemists