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Challenges for Materials Chemistry in the 21st Century
Leonard Interrante | added on Sep 15, 2010 | Puerto Rico
The American Chemical Society sponsors a symposium for the 2011 IUPAC World Congress on the topic of materials chemistry.
Physical-Chemical Techniques to Solve Environmental Challenges
Laura McConnell | added on Sep 15, 2010 | Puerto Rico
The American Chemical Society sponsors a symposia for the 2011 IUPAC World Congress on the topic of new developments in research associated with analytical technologies and environmental problems.
ChemComm Highlights in Chemistry
Joanne Thomson | added on Sep 15, 2010 | United Kingdom
Throughout 2011, ChemComm will be publishing a series of 'Highlights in Chemistry'. These short, review-style articles, written by leading researchers, will highlight the most significant chemical advances since the millennium, stressing their importance to the chemists of today and the future.
The Sixth Jordanian International Conference of Chemistry
Sultan Abu-Orabi | added on Sep 15, 2010 | Jordan
Chemistry conference covering all aspects of chemistry
Books, journal articles, and web resources in celebration of chemistry
Ellen Nichols | added on Sep 14, 2010 | International
Through commemorative books (including Letters to a Young Chemist and European Women in Chemistry), journals, and online content, John Wiley and Sons celebrates and supports the past, the future, and the people of chemistry, from students to professionals.