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Towards European synergy for research in chemistry - a Euro-Chemistry summit
Nico Kos | added on Jul 26, 2011 | Netherlands
Euro-chemistry is organizing a summit where we bring together stakeholders including chemistry performers, chemistry funders, chemical industry, policy makers (national & European level), international organizations, and non-European stakeholders such as the US National Science Foundation in order to discuss improved funding.
1st CSJ Chemical Festa
Yusuke Kawase | added on Jul 25, 2011 | Japan
The renew autumn meetings attract more than 1,000 participants in order to discuss among inadustrial, academic and govermental chemists.
IYC2011 Memorial - Chemical Process of Ceramics
Satoru Shimura | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
The Special Symposium “Chemical Process of Ceramics” is held on September 8, 2011 in Hokkaido University, Japan, in conjunction with the 24th Fall Meeting of the Ceramic Society of Japan.
IYC 2011 Commemorative Symposium and Lecture
Chiaki Mano | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Symposium at National Center of Sciences (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan) on Oct. 27, 2011 ~ Oct. 28, 2011
Marie Curie in the New Era
Reiko Fujita | added on Jul 19, 2011 | Japan
Marie Curie was a Polish-French physicist and chemist famous She was a pioneer in the field of radioactivity and the first person honored with two Nobel Prizes in physics and chemistry. She was also the first female professor at the University of Paris.