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Slavica Razic | added on Nov 22, 2010 | Serbia
With its motto “Challenges in Modern Analytical Chemistry” this European Conference on Analytical Chemistry is open for contributions from all subfields, whether theory, methods or applications and will highlight new prospects and developments of current importance.
American Chemical Society's IYC Bulletin
Liezl Perez | added on Nov 22, 2010 | United States
Distributed monthly, the IYC Bulletin is intended to reach out to those individuals involved in grassroots promotion of the IYC in order to share information, resources, and best practices for the planning and execution of IYC programs, events, and initiatives.
JCIA Joins Celebration of the IYC2011
Ayumu Inoue | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
Japan Chemical Industry Association (JCIA) and its member organizations and companies plan to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry by communicating the IYC2011 to broad audience through various events and brochures that JCIA and its members conduct and publish.
The 91st Annual Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan
Yusuke Kawase | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
The Annual Meetings will attract more than 8,500 participants, and are among the largest scientific meetings in Japan.
Attractive Science Park on Catalyst and Related Chemistry
Hiromi Yamashita | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan
“Attractive Science Park on Catalyst and Related Chemistry” is an event with chemical experiment shows and exhibitions for school children and their family to promote the understanding and interest on the catalyst and related chemistry.