Plan and share activities for IYC 2011
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Chemistry and Industry - programme of activities the 1st quarter of IYC2011 in Syria Yamen AlSalka | added on Feb 09, 2011 | Syrian Arab Republic Programme of activities and events in the first quarter of the International year of Chemistry in Syria (entitled Chemistry and Industry)
Workshop: Chemistry and Intellectual Property - Catalysing Innovation Natasa Doslik | added on Feb 08, 2011 | Malta The workshop will cover topics including commercialisation of research, patenting, importance of searching prior art, and managing intellectual property, with particular reference to the field of chemistry.
ACPA Two-Day Short Course in Scaling Chemistry Stan Backs | added on Feb 07, 2011 | Canada Scaling is the precipitation of solids in water due to changes in temperature or pressure, the mixing of formation waters with other waters, or a combination of these effects. This course will present the chemistry of scaling; the calculation of scaling indices; and the analysis, removal, and inhibition of scales.
|Topic:||workshops, chemistry||Audience:||students, professional chemists, professors, industrial chemists, research scientists, post graduate students|
The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science Steve Haase | added on Feb 04, 2011 The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science is an hour-long virtual seminar that brings together 60 of today’s leading minds to discuss and define how women can move the field of chemistry forward. It covers topics from work-life balance and gender differences to mentoring young women and fostering executive leadership.