International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Symposium: International Women in Science, Challenges and Triumphs Judith Cohen   |   added on Oct 01, 2010    |    United States The WCC is organizing a symposium featuring seven successful women scientists who will discuss the challenges of being educated and working in the global chemicl enterprise during the National ACS Meeting in Anaheim CA.
Topic: women in chemistry Audience: women chemists

Are Women Still Underrepresented in Science? Ingrid Montes   |   added on Sep 15, 2010    |    Puerto Rico The American Chemical Society sponsors a symposia for the 2011 IUPAC World Congress on the topic of the representation of women in science.
Topic: women in chemistry Audience: general public, students

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.
Topic: women in chemistry, chemistry education, sustainable and green chemistry, chemistry in space, pharmaceutical chemistry, web resources, publications Audience: professional chemists, students, educators, general public, teachers, graduate students