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Conference on International Cooperation and Chemical Safety and Security
Keith Powell | added on Jul 18, 2011 | Netherlands
The conference is intended to promote the goals of the Chemical Weapons Convention by highlighting, in conjunction with major international stakeholders, both the achievements of the OPCW and the challenges that lie ahead.
Mini Conference on Chemistry & Statistical Methods
Josué Cortés-zárate | added on Jul 16, 2011 | Mexico
This event is designed to increase the interest of students of chemistry and chemical engineering to pursue a scientific career, by means of exploring the interaction of Chemistry and Statistical Methods and at the same time developing skills for presenting scientific outcomes in a real conference format.
ATOM - the Chemistry Club of O.P.J.S.
Yash Agrawal | added on Jul 14, 2011 | India
WE ARE WORKING FOR IYC 2011.
Can your hair tell you the state of your health?
Laura Lucan | added on Jul 13, 2011 | Canada
Hair Mineral Analysis is a screening test to measure the levels of up to 60 essential minerals and toxic metals. With correct testing and interpretation, one can construct a comprehensive metabolic profile of the human body.
29th SCI Process Development Symposium
Jacqui Colgate | added on Jul 12, 2011 | United Kingdom
The area of Process Development continues to be a challenging and important area for the research into and application of modern synthetic organic chemistry, as well as enabling technologies.