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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.
Countdown Symposium IYC 2011 Japan Keiji Uchino | added on Nov 20, 2010 | Japan Countdown Symposium IYC 2011 Japan will be held at Koshiba-hall (University of Tokyo) on Dec.1 in 2010.
|Topic:||conferences||Audience:||professional chemists, students, educators, industrial chemists, general public, decision makers, professors, tertiary education|
Science Fair Siobhan Murphy | added on Nov 19, 2010 | Ireland PharmaChemical Ireland along with Medical Devices, Food and Drink and Plastics Ireland will have a interactive stand at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition- 12th-15th January
ChemED-Ireland Annual Conference University College Cork Ireland Siobhan Murphy | added on Nov 19, 2010 | Ireland ChemED-Ireland Annual Conference Sat. 22 October 2011 10am to 4.30pm will be held in University College Cork, Ireland
Symposium for Young Researchers of Natural Sciences (YRoNS) Régis Dolaine | added on Nov 19, 2010 | France YRoNS is an opportunity for high school students from different schools and countries to present orally a research project they have carried out, centering on chemistry. Website : www.yrons2011.blogspot.com
|Topic:||conferences, chemistry education, seminars||Audience:||students, educators, general public, professors, teachers, secondary schools, educational institutions, high schools, universities|